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*'''''[[Raising Cain (1992)|Raising Cain]]''[[Raising Cain (1992)| (1992)]]''' [''Carter Nix/Cain/Margo/Josh/Dr. Nix'']: Playing a dual role as father and son (with the son having multiple personalities as well), the father "Dr. Nix" is stabbed repeatedly in the back and neck by the son "Carter" (in his "Margo" persona). (''Thanks to ND'')
 
*'''''[[Raising Cain (1992)|Raising Cain]]''[[Raising Cain (1992)| (1992)]]''' [''Carter Nix/Cain/Margo/Josh/Dr. Nix'']: Playing a dual role as father and son (with the son having multiple personalities as well), the father "Dr. Nix" is stabbed repeatedly in the back and neck by the son "Carter" (in his "Margo" persona). (''Thanks to ND'')
   
*'''''[[Cliffhanger (1993)]]''''' [''Eric Qualen'']: Killed in a helicopter crash/explosion at the end of a fight with [[Sylvester Stallone]] (who kicks John back into said falling helicopter as it plunges onto the rocks far below). (''Thanks to Tal and Liz'')
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*'''''[[Cliffhanger (1993)]]''''' [''Eric Qualen'']: Killed in a helicopter explosion at the end of a fight with [[Sylvester Stallone]] (who kicks John back into said falling helicopter as it plunges onto the rocks far below). (''Thanks to Tal and Liz'')
   
 
*'''''Hollow Point'' (1996)''' [''Thomas Livingston'']: Crushed to death when [[Tia Carrere]] drops a metal container onto him. (''Thanks to ND'')
 
*'''''Hollow Point'' (1996)''' [''Thomas Livingston'']: Crushed to death when [[Tia Carrere]] drops a metal container onto him. (''Thanks to ND'')
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Revision as of 16:31, October 4, 2018

Blake's death

John Lithgow's death in Ricochet

John Lithgow (1945 - )

Writer for children's books

Film Deaths

  • Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) [John Valentine]: Presumably killed (off-screen) by Dan Aykroyd in the ambulance, after Dan transforms into a monster; the movie ends with Dan asking "You wanna see something really scary?", just as he had before turning into a monster and killing Albert Brooks at the beginning of the movie, so the implication of John's fate is pretty strong.
  • Mesmerized (My Letter to George, Shocked) (1985) [Oliver Thompson]: Poisoned by Jodie Foster.
  • Ricochet (1991) [Earl Talbot Blake]: Impaled through the back on a spike when he falls from the Watts Towers at the end of a fight with Denzel Washington, on top of receiving an electrical shock when Ice-T wires the tower. (Thanks to ND)
  • Raising Cain (1992) [Carter Nix/Cain/Margo/Josh/Dr. Nix]: Playing a dual role as father and son (with the son having multiple personalities as well), the father "Dr. Nix" is stabbed repeatedly in the back and neck by the son "Carter" (in his "Margo" persona). (Thanks to ND)
  • Cliffhanger (1993) [Eric Qualen]: Killed in a helicopter explosion at the end of a fight with Sylvester Stallone (who kicks John back into said falling helicopter as it plunges onto the rocks far below). (Thanks to Tal and Liz)
  • Hollow Point (1996) [Thomas Livingston]: Crushed to death when Tia Carrere drops a metal container onto him. (Thanks to ND)
  • Shrek (2001; animated) [Lord Farquaad]: Eaten by a dragon after it crashes through the window of the palace; the dragon then spits out his crown. (Played for comic effect, obviously.) He's seen still alive in the dragon's stomach in the musical number at the end of the film, leaving his fate unclear, but he is seen as a ghost throughout the Ride "Shrek 4D".
  • Best of Enemies (2015) [Voice of Gore Vidal]: Dies (off-screen) from pneumonia.
  • Beatriz at Dinner (2017) [Doug Strutt]: Stabbed in the neck with a letter opener by Salma Hayek; he dies while Salma talks to him as Connie Britton and Amy Landecker walk in and scream in horror. This ends up being a dream sequence Salma is having. (John survives the film in reality)

TV Deaths

  • My Brother's Keeper (1995 TV) [Tom Bradley/Bob Bradley]: Playing a dual role as twin brothers, "Tom" dies of AIDS-related complications. (Thanks to ND)
  • Don Quixote (2000 TV) [Don Quixote de La Mancha/Alonso Quijano]: Dies of a terminal illness with his family and Bob Hoskins by his bedside, he appears as a ghost heading off into the afterlife.
  • Dexter: The Getaway (2009) [Arthur Mitchell]: Bludgeoned to death with a claw hammer by Michael C. Hall; the scene cuts away just before the impact. We later see Michael dumping John's dismembered body into the ocean. (Thanks to Arben, Neil, Scott, ND, and Stephen)

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