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Michaelforest

Michael Forest (with Raquel Welch) in '100 Rifles'

Michael Forest (1929 - )

a.k.a. Gerald Charlebois, or Russell Thor

Film Deaths:Edit

  • 100 Rifles (1969) [Humara]: Fatally wounded during a raid by Fernando Lamas' soldiers; he dies shortly afterwards in Raquel Welch's arms.
  • Body of Evidence (1993) [Andrew Marsh]: Murdered (off-screen) by Madonna. We see his dead body at the beginning of the movie watching a homemade sex tape of him and Madonna sleeping together.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam I (1999; anime) [Captain Paolo Cassius]: Dies from wounds received during Char's (Steven Jay Blum) attack on Side 7 while on Luna II. His body was ejected into space by the White Base crew during his funeral.

Television Deaths:Edit

  • Star Trek: Who Mourns for Adonais? (1967) [Apollo]: Dissipates into nothingness after deciding that the gods have no place in the universe. (He had earlier stated that this was not the same as death, but I'll list it just in case. Forest would later reprise the role of Apollo, still alive, in the episode Pilgrim of Eternity in the fan-made series Star Trek Continues)
  • Orguss 02: Fool's Choice (1995; anime) [Zante]: Shot by a Zafrin Decimator whilst firing off a flare for Lean (Stephen Apostolina) to see. Dies from his wounds in the arms of Manning (John Snyder).
  • Trigun: Out of Time (2000; anime) [Lurald]: A puppet created by Leonof the Puppetmaster (Milton James), it was shot up by Nicholas D. Wolfwood (Jeff Nimoy) in the previous episode. The puppet was destroyed by Vash (Johnny Yong Bosch) with a shot to the head after revealing the presence of the other two Gung-Ho Guns, Hoppered the Gauntlet (Jonathan Fahn) and Gray the Ninelives.
  • The Big O: The Show Must Go On (2003; anime) [Alex Rosewater]: After a long and destructive battle with Steven Jay Blum in their respective Megadeuses (Big Fau and Big O), another Megadeus called Big Venus, controlled by the consciousness of Wendee Lee, erases everything on sight, including Big Fau with Michael still inside.
  • Gungrave: Family (2004; anime)  [Sid Gallarde]: Personally executed by Brandon Heat (Kirk Thornton) with a shot to the head, right after crying out his son's name.

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