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Louis Calhern (left) in Julius Caesar (1953)

Louis Calhern (1895 - 1956)

Film DeathsEdit

  • The Woman Accused (1933) [Leo Young]: Bludgeoned to death with a statue by Nancy Carroll, after he threatens to have Cary Grant killed.
  • The Man with Two Faces (1934) [Stanley Vance]: Poisoned by Edward G. Robinson while talking to him in Robinson's hotel room.
  • The Arizonian (1935) [Sheriff Jake Mannen]: Shot to death by Etta McDaniel just as Louis is about to shoot Richard Dix.
  • The Last Days of Pompeii (1935) [Prefect (Allus Martius)]: Crushed to death (along with his soldiers) when a piece of wall from Pompeii's city wall collapses on them as they try to shoot arrows at escaping boats.
  • Heaven Can Wait (1943) [Randolph Van Cleve]: Dies (off-screen) of unspecified natural causes, during the passage of time between scenes; his death is confirmed in a conversation between his wife (Spring Byington) and son (Don Ameche).
  • The Asphalt Jungle (1950) [Alonzo D. Emmerich]: Commits suicide by shooting himself (off-camera) as the police are trying to figure out his scheme.
  • Devil's Doorway (1950) [Verne Coolan]: Strangled by Robert Taylor.
  • The Prodigal (1955) [Nahreeb]: Stabbed in the neck when James Mitchell throws a knife at him, while Louis is chasing James in his chariot.

TV DeathsEdit

None known.

Noteworthy ConnectionsEdit

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