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== Film Deaths ==
 
== Film Deaths ==
 
* '''''Dark Command'' (1940)''' [''Mrs. Cantrell a.k.a. Mrs. Adams'']: Shot in the back by a soldier as she’s holding a gun on her son ([[Walter Pidgeon]]); she dies shortly after Walter carries her over to the couch.
 
* '''''Dark Command'' (1940)''' [''Mrs. Cantrell a.k.a. Mrs. Adams'']: Shot in the back by a soldier as she’s holding a gun on her son ([[Walter Pidgeon]]); she dies shortly after Walter carries her over to the couch.
* '''''Heaven Can Wait'' (1943)''' ''[Mrs. Stabel'']: Dies (off-screen) presumably of old-age/natural causes at some point during the story.
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* '''''Heaven Can Wait'' (1943)''' ''[Mrs. Stabel'']: Dies (off-screen) presumably of old-age/natural causes at some point during the story. She is last seen when [[Don Ameche]] runs away with her daughter ([[Gene Tierney]]) her death is not verbally confirmed in any later scenes, but considering how much time passes in the course of the movie, it seem safe to assume that she dies.
* '''''Gentle Annie'' (1944)''' [''Annie Goss'']: Shot in the chest (off-screen) by [[Barton MacLane]]
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* '''''Gentle Annie'' (1944)''' [''Annie Goss'']: Shot in the chest (off-screen) by [[Barton MacLane]] after she points her shotgun at him to shoo him off her property;
 
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Marjorie Main (1890 - 1975)

Film Deaths

  • Dark Command (1940) [Mrs. Cantrell a.k.a. Mrs. Adams]: Shot in the back by a soldier as she’s holding a gun on her son (Walter Pidgeon); she dies shortly after Walter carries her over to the couch.
  • Heaven Can Wait (1943) [Mrs. Stabel]: Dies (off-screen) presumably of old-age/natural causes at some point during the story. She is last seen when Don Ameche runs away with her daughter (Gene Tierney) her death is not verbally confirmed in any later scenes, but considering how much time passes in the course of the movie, it seem safe to assume that she dies.
  • Gentle Annie (1944) [Annie Goss]: Shot in the chest (off-screen) by Barton MacLane after she points her shotgun at him to shoo him off her property;
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