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Julie Strain (1962 - )
Penthouse Pet of the Month June 1991
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Mirror Images (1991) [Gina Kaye]: Killed off-screen (if I recall correctly). It's been a long time since I've seen this movie, but I don't believe her death or body was shown; I think we only saw a scene of Delia Sheppard hearing a news report about her death.
- Out for Justice (1991) [Roxanne Ford]: Tortured and shot in the chest (off-camera) by William Forsythe (when he discovers she cheated on him with Joe Spataro). Her body is shown afterward when Steven Seagal discovers her lying on the bed. (Nudity alert: Topless)
- Evil Lives (Soulmates) (1992) [Pretty Woman]: Neck snapped by Tristan Rogers in a hotel room; she comes back to life almost immediately afterwards when Leslie S. Sachs' spirit possesses her. She dies once more (off-screen) when the body wears out or is abandoned by Leslie, though nothing is shown of this second "death." (Nudity alert: Full frontal)
- The Unnamable II: The Statement of Randolph Carter (1992) [Creature]: Rapidly deconstructs and gets attached to a chair after Mark Kinsey Stephenson throws the chair at her as he breaks the merge between Maria Ford and hers. (She was wearing heavy prosthetics)
- Enemy Gold (1993) [Jewel Panther]: Killed in an explosion when Suzi Simpson fires an explosive-tipped arrow at Julie's helicopter. (Thanks to TravellingMan)
- Fit to Kill (1993) [Blu Steele]: Killed in an explosion when Cynthia Brimhall uses a remote-controlled model helicopter to fire a missile at Julie's boat.
- Psycho Cop 2 (Psycho Cop Returns) (1993) [Stephanie]: Neck snapped by the zombie Bobby Ray Shafer in a stairwell while Barbara Niven watches helplessly. (We only see Barbara's reaction and the sound of the crack, then Julie's body is shown as he lets her fall.)
- Sorceress (1995) [Erica Barnes]: Mortally injured in a fall when Larry Poindexter accidentally knocks her over a balcony; she dies shortly afterwards while talking to him after he rushes down after her. She reappears to Larry as a ghost and/or hallucination throughout the movie. At the end of the movie, Larry wakes up and sees Julie standing in their bedroom, suggesting that the entire movie has been a dream.
- Starstruck (1995) [Johanna]: Shot to death when her gun goes off in the middle of a struggle with Jay Richardson and Chelsea Madison-Ciu in a swimming pool. We hear the shot and see everybody react to it, but we don't find out who was killed until a subsequent shot of Julie and Jay both lying dead at the bottom of the pool.
- The Escort III (1999) [Debbie]: Shot off-screen by Don Scribner. Her body is shown when Ross Hagen hears the shot & runs outside.
- The Bare Wench Project (2000) [The Bare Wench]: Plays a centuries-old ghost, though I don't know whether the ghost's original cause of death was established. (Julie also played the ghost in the sequels Bare Wench 2: Book of Babes (2001; a.k.a. Bare Wench Project 2: Scared Topless) and The Bare Wench Project 3:Nymphs of Mystery Mountain (2002).) (I haven't seen any of these movies myself, but I know the basic premise.) (Nudity alert: Full frontal and rear throughout most of her scenes)
- Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000) [Julie Strain (Death by Facelift)]: Face peeled off by the Noxious Offender (David Mattey) in a black & white newsreel-parody sequence. (Note: Once the face-peel actually begins, the part is taken over by Julie's double Kathleen Wirt.) (Nudity alert: Topless)
- Bleed (2002) [Linda]: Beaten to death with a hammer by Allen Nabors in her backyard. (Nudity alert: Topless) (Thanks to Disciplesoffufkin)
- Delta Delta Die! (2003) [Marilyn Fitch]: Neck snapped by Karen A. Smith in the middle of Julie's catfight with Brinke Stevens in the basement. (Thanks to Disciplesoffufkin)
- Exterminator City (2005) [Trophy Victim]: Killed by the robot in her apartment. (Nudity alert: Topless) (Thanks to Someguy)
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