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*'''''[[Satan's Sadists (1969)|Satan's Sadists]]''''' (''Nightmare Bloodbath'') '''(1969)''' [''Gina'']: Commits suicide by deliberately crashing her motorcycle down a hillside, after being rejected by [[Russ Tamblyn]]; she dies shortly afterwards, while saying Russ' name.
 
*'''''[[Satan's Sadists (1969)|Satan's Sadists]]''''' (''Nightmare Bloodbath'') '''(1969)''' [''Gina'']: Commits suicide by deliberately crashing her motorcycle down a hillside, after being rejected by [[Russ Tamblyn]]; she dies shortly afterwards, while saying Russ' name.
   
*'''''Brain of Blood''''' (''The Creature's Revenge''; ''The Oozing Skull''; ''The Undying Brain'') '''(1972)''' [''Tracey Wilson'']: Falls down a mountainside while running away from [[John Bloom]]; her body is shown (from a distance) lying on the ground below.
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*'''''[[Brain of Blood (1971)|Brain of Blood]]''''' (''The Creature's Revenge''; ''The Oozing Skull''; ''The Undying Brain'') '''(1972)''' [''Tracey Wilson'']: Falls down a mountainside while running away from [[John Bloom]]; her body is shown (from a distance) lying on the ground below.
   
 
*'''[[Jessi’s Girls (1975)|''Jessi's Girls (Wanted Women)'' (1975)]]''' ''' ''' [''Claire'']: First shot in her right breast,then in her back during the final shoot-out with [[Ben Frank]]'s gang in the ghost town.
 
*'''[[Jessi’s Girls (1975)|''Jessi's Girls (Wanted Women)'' (1975)]]''' ''' ''' [''Claire'']: First shot in her right breast,then in her back during the final shoot-out with [[Ben Frank]]'s gang in the ghost town.

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Regina Carrol in 'Satan's Sadists'

Regina Carrol (1943 - 1992)

a.k.a. Gina Adamson or Regina Gelfan

Film Deaths:Edit

  • Satan's Sadists (Nightmare Bloodbath) (1969) [Gina]: Commits suicide by deliberately crashing her motorcycle down a hillside, after being rejected by Russ Tamblyn; she dies shortly afterwards, while saying Russ' name.
  • Brain of Blood (The Creature's Revenge; The Oozing Skull; The Undying Brain) (1972) [Tracey Wilson]: Falls down a mountainside while running away from John Bloom; her body is shown (from a distance) lying on the ground below.

TV Deaths:Edit

None Known

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