Peter Bull in Joseph Andrews

Peter Bull (1912 - 1984)

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • The Ware Case (1938) [Eustace Ede]: Murdered out of picture as he strolls by the lake, we hear him scream as Clive Brook hits him and then the splash as he is pushed into the lake and drowns. (Thanks to Brian)
  • The Six Men (1951) [The Chief]: Shot by Reed De Rouen who fires all 6 bullets from his gun in the mistaken belief that Peter had been collaborating with the police. (Thanks to Brian)
  • The African Queen (1951) [Captain of The Louisa]: Killed in an explosion or drowned, along with the rest of his crew, when his ship is blown up.
  • The Old Dark House (1963) [Casper Femm/Jasper Femm]: Playing a dual role as twin brothers, "Casper" is pushed from the rooftop (off-screen) by Janette Scott; his body is shown afterwards laid out in the parlor when Mervyn Johns shows him to Tom Poston. "Jasper" is strangled with fireplace tongs (off-screen) by Janette; his body is shown afterwards sitting in a chair when Tom discovers him. (Played for comic effect.)
  • The Intelligence Men (1965) [Philippe]: Killed in error when he picks up the glass of wine meant for April Olrich, into which Eric Morecambe had been tricked into putting poison. This happens after the long dining table had been shunted along the room so the glass ended up in front of Peter. (Played for comic effect). (Thanks to Brian)
  • Up The Front (1972) [General Von Kobler}; Shot by Lance Percival with the gun Peter has handed to him so he can 'do the right thing' and shoot himself after a calamitous security debacle. (Played for comic effect). (Thanks to Brian)
  • Joseph Andrews (1977) [Sir Thomas Booby]: Dies of a heart attack while in a public bath.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

None known.

Noteworthy Connections[edit | edit source]

Son of William Bull (British politician)

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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