James Cromwell in L.A. Confidential

Species II (8 12) Movie CLIP - Father's Help (1998) HD

Species II (8 12) Movie CLIP - Father's Help (1998) HD

James Cromwell (1940 - )

Film Deaths:Edit

  • Eraser (1996) [William Donohue]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the mouth after he finds out that Vanessa L. Williams has been exposing his criminal activities from a hidden camera. 
  • Species II (1998) [Senator Judson Ross]: Stabbed/impaled by a tentacle when Justin Lazard starts to transform into an alien while embracing him his body is later seen when Michael Madsen discovers him sprawled on the ground.
  • The Green Mile (1999) [Warden Hal Moores]: Dies off-screen during the passage of time between the flashback scenes and the present-day framing sequence; his death is mentioned when Dabbs Greer lists his friends who have died.
  • Memorial Day (2012) [Bud Vogel]: Dies of old age while sitting in his rocking chair. His body is shortly discovered afterwards by his wife. His grave is later visited by Jonathan Bennett.
  • Soldiers of Fortune (2012) [Samuel Haussman]: Killed in an explosion, when James decides to sacrifice himself and shoot a flammable canister after being mortally wounded in a gunfight against Colm Meaney's men.

Television Deaths:Edit

  • Jake and the Fatman: It Never Entered My Mind (1991) [Russell Havilland]: Struck over the head by Mark L. Taylor during a struggle in James' office.
  • A Slight Case of Murder (A Travesty) (1999) [John Edgerson]: Bludgeoned to death with a hammer by William H. Macy in William's apartment; the scene cuts away just as William brings the hammer down.
  • RKO 281 (1999) [William Randolph Hearst]: Dies off-screen in 1951. His death is mention in the on-screen text at the end.
  • ER: The Crossing (2001) [Bishop Stewart]: Dies of complications from diabetes. 
  • Impact (2008 TV; mini series) [Lloyd]: Dies of heart failure due to his disease and injuries sustained earlier in a car crash, while talking to Owen Best & Natasha Calis. With his body is later seen when onlookers find them crying over his body. Note: this is not the theatrical 1998 film Deep Impact, which James had appeared in.


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