Norma Crane (with Charles Bronson) before their off-screen deaths in Alfred Hitchcock Presents: There Was an Old Woman

Norma Crane (1928 - 1973)

Film DeathsEdit

  • Fiddler on the Roof (1971) [Golde]: In a musical dream sequence; she is buried alive (along with Topol) by ghosts in a graveyard. They survive the movie in reality.

TV DeathsEdit

  • One Step Beyond: Dead Ringer (1959) [Esther Quentin/Emily Harkness]: Playing a dual role as what is originally believed to be twin sisters, but later revealed to be the same character appearing in two places at the same time, 'Emily' is burned to death (off-screen) after she sets a train station on fire, causing 'Esther' to be spontaneously burned to death (also off-screen). 'Esther's' body is seen in her bedroom when her husband (Grant Williams) and Ed Prentiss discover it.

Notable ConnectionsEdit

  • Ex-Mrs. Herbert Sargent (TV writer/producer)
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