Boba Fett Returns - The Loop
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Marie Windsor (1919 - 2000)
- Hellfire (1949) [Doll Brown a.k.a. Mary Carson]: Shot by a group of outlaw brothers (Jim Davis, Paul Fix, and Louis R. Faust); the movie ends with Marie wounded but alive in Bill Elliott's arms, so it's not definitely confirmed that the wound is fatal, although it is strongly implied that she's dying. (Thanks to Marc)
- Outpost in Morocco (1949) [Cara]: Killed in an explosion during the final battle between the Arabs and the Legionnaires. Her body is shown lying on the battlefield afterwards.
- Two Dollar Bettor (Beginner's Luck) (1951) [Mary Slate]: Shot to death (along with Steve Brodie) by John Litel, after Steve shoots John first. (Thanks to Marc)
- The Narrow Margin (1952) [Mrs. Neall]: Shot in the back by Peter Virgo in her train compartment, when she goes for her own gun.
- The Sniper (1952) [Jean Darr]: Shot by Arthur Franz on the sidewalk outside a nightclub.
- City That Never Sleeps (1953) [Lydia Biddel]: Shot in the stomach in an alley by William Talman; she staggers out into the street before dying.
- No Man's Woman (1955) [Carolyn Grant]: Shot in the stomach by Patric Knowles on a staircase. (Thanks to JZR)
- Two-Gun Lady (1955) [Bess]: Shot to death by Earle Lyon while she's struggling to take his gun.
- The Killing (1956) [Sherry Peatty]: Shot in the stomach by Elisha Cook Jr. in their bedroom.
- Stories of the Century: Belle Starr (1954) [Belle Starr]: Shot to death by a gunman while she's riding on her horse. (Thanks to Troy)
- Perry Mason: The Case of the Madcap Modiste (1960) [Flavia Pierce]: Poisoned with a cloak-pin that had been covered in cyanide by Dorothy Neumann; she dies shortly afterwards, after accusing John Conte of poisoning her. (Thanks to Dignan)
- Ex-Mrs. Ted Steele
- Mrs. Jack Hupp