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John Travolta in 'Pulp Fiction'

John Travolta (1954 - ) 

Film DeathsEdit

  • The Devil's Rain (1975) [Danny]: Melts, along with all the other cultists, when "the devil's rain" is unleashed upon them.
  • Pulp Fiction (1994) [Vincent Vega]: Shot in the stomach with his own MAC 10 by Bruce Willis in the kitchen of his old house, after John comes out of the bathroom, causing him to fall back through the door (his body is later seen sitting in a bathtub as Bruce looks in).
  • White Man's Burden (1995) [Louis Pinnock]: Shot to death by police in the street, convinced he's not dropping his gun as he is trying to attract help for his boss.
  • Michael (1996) [Michael]: Playing an angel, he "dies" due to his inability to remain on the earthly plane of existence (his body disappears into a mass of feathers as Oliver Platt and the other reporters look on).
  • Broken Arrow (1996) [Vic "Deak" Deakins]: Killed in an explosion when he is propelled into several burning fuel drums by his own deactivated nuclear missile when Christian Slater tampers with the controls and aims it at him (following a martial arts fight between them over a remote detonator.
  • Mad City (1997) [Sam Baily]: Commits suicide by blowing himself up (having failed to shoot himself) on discovering Bill Nunn has died because of him.
  • Face/Off (1997) [Sean Archer/Castor Troy]: As “Castor”, he is shot with a spear gun and pinned to a wall by Nicolas Cage (who is really John’s character wearing Nicolas’ face); he dies while singing “Ready, ready for the big ride, baby” for the last time. “Sean” survives the movie. Due to the character switch, the death is listed for both actors.
  • A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004) [Bobby Long]: Dies (off screen) of unspecified circumstances (presumably liver/kidney failure from prolonged alcohol poisoning). His grave is later seen when visited by his daughter (Scarlett Johansson).
  • Life on the Line (2016) [Beau Ginner]: Electrocuted when he restores power to the hospital by grabbing a lever and pushing down on it.

TV Deaths Edit

  • None known

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