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*'''''[[The Mission (1986)|The Mission]]''[[The Mission (1986)| (1986)]]''' [''Fielding'']: Shot dead by Portuguese soldiers during the battle on the river; his body remains in his canoe as his Native comrades continue rowing downstream, eventually taking it over the edge of a waterfall.
 
*'''''[[The Mission (1986)|The Mission]]''[[The Mission (1986)| (1986)]]''' [''Fielding'']: Shot dead by Portuguese soldiers during the battle on the river; his body remains in his canoe as his Native comrades continue rowing downstream, eventually taking it over the edge of a waterfall.
   
*'''''[[A Prayer for the Dying (1987)|A Prayer for the Dying]]''[[A Prayer for the Dying (1987)| (1987)]]''' [''Liam Docherty'']: Shot in the head by [[Alison Doody]] in his own apartment. (''Thanks to Vlabor'')
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*'''''[[A Prayer for the Dying (1987)|A Prayer for the Dying]]''[[A Prayer for the Dying (1987)| (1987)]]''' [''Liam Docherty'']: Shot in the head by [[Alison Doody]] in Liam's apartment. (''Thanks to Vlabor'')
   
 
*'''''[[High Spirits (1988)|High Spirits]]''[[High Spirits (1988)| (1988)]]''' [''Martin Brogan'']: Died centuries before the film begins, he appears as a ghost to [[Steve Guttenberg]] and [[Beverly D'Angelo]].
 
*'''''[[High Spirits (1988)|High Spirits]]''[[High Spirits (1988)| (1988)]]''' [''Martin Brogan'']: Died centuries before the film begins, he appears as a ghost to [[Steve Guttenberg]] and [[Beverly D'Angelo]].
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*'''''[[Gangs of New York (2002)]]''''' [''"Priest" Vallon'']: After being stabbed in the stomach by [[Daniel Day-Lewis]] during the streetfight between the two gangs; he dies after talking to his son ([[Cian McCormack]]) when Daniel finishes him off by stabbing him in the heart.
 
*'''''[[Gangs of New York (2002)]]''''' [''"Priest" Vallon'']: After being stabbed in the stomach by [[Daniel Day-Lewis]] during the streetfight between the two gangs; he dies after talking to his son ([[Cian McCormack]]) when Daniel finishes him off by stabbing him in the heart.
   
*'''''[[Batman Begins (2005)]]''''' [''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_Ducard Ra's al Ghul a.k.a. Henri Ducard]'']: Killed in an explosion when [[Christian Bale]] leaves him on the train with his microwave-emitting device, which then crashes into a parking lot, after [[Gary Oldman]] shoots out the railway's support beams. (Liam reprises the role in a hallucination scene in 2012's '''The Dark Knight Rises'''.)
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*'''''[[Batman Begins (2005)]]''''' [''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_Ducard Ra's al Ghul a.k.a. Henri Ducard]'']: Killed in an explosion when [[Christian Bale]] leaves him on the train with his microwave-emitting device, which then crashes into a parking lot, after [[Gary Oldman]] shoots out the railway's support beams. (Liam reprised the role in a hallucination scene in 2012's '''The Dark Knight Rises'''.)
   
 
*'''''[[The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005)]]''''' [''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aslan Aslan]'']: Providing the voice of a lion (CGI), he is stabbed to death with a sword by [[Tilda Swinton]] on an altar, after he willingly offers his life for [[Skandar Keynes]]. He later comes back to life due to the nature of his sacrifice (an allegory for Christ's resurrection).
 
*'''''[[The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005)]]''''' [''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aslan Aslan]'']: Providing the voice of a lion (CGI), he is stabbed to death with a sword by [[Tilda Swinton]] on an altar, after he willingly offers his life for [[Skandar Keynes]]. He later comes back to life due to the nature of his sacrifice (an allegory for Christ's resurrection).
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==TV Deaths:==
 
==TV Deaths:==
*'''''[[Miami Vice (1984 series)|Miami Vice: When Irish Eyes Are Crying (1986)]]''''' [''Sean Carroon'']: Falls to his death after being shot by both [[Saundra Santiago]] and [[Don Johnson]]. (''Thanks to Vlabor'')
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*'''''[[Miami Vice (1984 series)|Miami Vice: When Irish Eyes Are Crying (1986)]]''''' [''Sean Carroon'']: Falls to his death after being shot by both [[Saundra Santiago]] and [[Don Johnson]], just as Liam is about to shoot Don. (''Thanks to Vlabor'')
   
 
*'''''The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Ethan Hawke/Sen. Claire McCaskill & Sen. Amy Klobuchar/Nathaniel Ratcliff & the Night Sweats'' (2015)''' [''Mr. Toffee'']: Begins the skit during the live-action "Candy Crush: The Movie" skit already having been impaled by a candycane. He spends the rest of the skit talking to [[Stephen Colbert]] and presumably dies after the skit ends. '''(All played for comedy.)'''
 
*'''''The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Ethan Hawke/Sen. Claire McCaskill & Sen. Amy Klobuchar/Nathaniel Ratcliff & the Night Sweats'' (2015)''' [''Mr. Toffee'']: Begins the skit during the live-action "Candy Crush: The Movie" skit already having been impaled by a candycane. He spends the rest of the skit talking to [[Stephen Colbert]] and presumably dies after the skit ends. '''(All played for comedy.)'''
   
*'''''[[The Orville (2017 series)|The Orville: If the Stars Should Appear (2017)]]''''' [''[http://orville.wikia.com/wiki/Jahavus_Dorahl Jahavus Dorahl]'']: Dies of unspecified causes 2,000 years before the story begins. He is shown as a recorded message when the crew members of the Orville find the bridge of the giant bio ship they had found drifting in space.
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*'''''[[The Orville (2017 series)|The Orville: If the Stars Should Appear (2017)]]''''' [''[http://orville.wikia.com/wiki/Jahavus_Dorahl Jahavus Dorahl]'']: Dies of unspecified causes 2000 years before the story begins. He is shown as a recorded message when the crew members of the Orville find the bridge of the giant bio ship they had found drifting in space.
   
 
==Video Game Deaths:==
 
==Video Game Deaths:==
*'''''Fallout 3'' (2008)''' [''Dad'']: Poisoned when he causes a radiation leak in order to prevent [[Peter Gil]] from obtaining his scientific findings; he dies after speaking to the player character.
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*'''''Fallout 3'' (2008)''' [''Dad'']: Poisoned when Liam causes a radiation leak in order to prevent [[Peter Gil]] from obtaining his scientific findings; he dies after speaking to the player character.
   
 
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==Notable Connections==
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