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*'''''Fort Massacre'' (1958)''' [''Sgt Vinson''): Shot by [[John Russell]] as Joel goes to shoot [[Francis McDonald]] in the back. ''(Thanks to Brian)''
 
*'''''Fort Massacre'' (1958)''' [''Sgt Vinson''): Shot by [[John Russell]] as Joel goes to shoot [[Francis McDonald]] in the back. ''(Thanks to Brian)''
   
*'''''Ride the High Country''' (Guns in the Afternoon)'' '''(1962)''' [''Steve Judd'']: Shot in the stomach by Warren Oates during a big shoot-out; after the shooting is over, he dies after saying goodbye to [[Randolph Scott]] and watching Randolph, [[Ron Starr]], and [[Mariette Hartley]] ride off into the distance.
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*'''''[[Ride the High Country (1962)|Ride the High Country]]''' (Guns in the Afternoon)'' '''(1962)''' [''Steve Judd'']: Shot in the stomach by [[Warren Oates]] during a big shoot-out; after the shooting is over, he dies after saying goodbye to [[Randolph Scott]] and watching Randolph, [[Ron Starr]], and [[Mariette Hartley]] ride off into the distance.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 19:05, 11 November 2020

Joel McCrea in Ride the High Country

Joel McCrea (1905 - 1990)

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Colorado Territory (North of the Rio Grande) (1949) [Wes McQueen]: Shot several times in the chest, along with Virginia Mayo, when Virginia opens fire on the posse on the mountainside.
  • Fort Massacre (1958) [Sgt Vinson): Shot by John Russell as Joel goes to shoot Francis McDonald in the back. (Thanks to Brian)

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

None known.

Notable connections[edit | edit source]

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