James Griffith (1916 - 1993)
- The Cariboo Trail (1950) [Higgins]: Shot dead by Bill Williams when James tries to kill him as he comes out of the saloon. (Thanks to Brian).
- Double Deal (1950) [Walter Karnes]: Shot by Taylor Holmes, after Taylor's pet monkey distracts James during a stand-off.
- Day of Triumph (1954) [Judas Iscariot]: Commits suicide by hanging himself.
- Jesse James vs. the Daltons (1954) [Bob Dalton]: Shot to death by Rory Mallinson. (This obviously doesn't bear any truth in Bob Dalton's real life death in the shootout in Coffeyville, Kansas).
- Rails Into Laramie (1954) [Marshal Orrie Sommers]: Bushwhacked on the trail to the fort by Lee Van Cleef, who shoots him twice in the back. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Black Dakotas (1954) [Warren]: Shot in the chest by Gary Merrill. (Thanks to Brian)
- The First Texan (1956) [Davy Crockett]: Killed (off-screen) along with Jeff Morrow, William Hopper and the rest of the defenders during the battle of the Alamo.
- The Guns Of Fort Petticoat (1957) [Kipper]: Gunned down, along with Nestor Paiva and Ray Teal, by the Apaches outside the mission. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Vampire (Mark of the Vampire) (1957) [Henry Winston]: Bitten on the throat (off-screen) by John Beal in the laboratory; his body is shown afterwards as the police investigate.
- The Man From God's Country (1958) [Mark Faber]: He is standing at the front door of the saloon with another gunman looking for George Montgomery and House Peters Jr , but they come in the back door and gun down both men. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Amazing Transparent Man (1960) [Maj. Paul Krenner]: Killed in a low yield nuclear blast when Douglas Kennedy grabs him as he is trying to escape causing him to drop a vessel of unstable isotopes that set off a chain reaction obliterating the farmhouse where the laboratory was hidden.
- Wagon Train: The Sakae Ito Story (1958) [Sailor Blaine]: Killed (off-screen) along with Henry Rowland and Burt Rake with a sword by Sessue Hayakawa when Steven Ritch and his Comanche warriors take their guns and make them fight him with tomahawks. Their bodies are shown at a distance when Ward Bond arrives.
- Have Gun Will Travel: The Predators (1962) [Marauder]: Shot to death with a shotgun blast in a shoot-out with Richard Boone.
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