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*'''''Whose Life Is It Anyway? (1981)''''' [''Ken Harrison'']: After being left a quadriplegic in a car wreck, Richard expresses his desire to go home and be taken off life support. While the ending is ambiguous as to what happens to him when he leaves the hospital, it's strongly implied that his wish will be granted.
 
*'''''Whose Life Is It Anyway? (1981)''''' [''Ken Harrison'']: After being left a quadriplegic in a car wreck, Richard expresses his desire to go home and be taken off life support. While the ending is ambiguous as to what happens to him when he leaves the hospital, it's strongly implied that his wish will be granted.
*'''''Moon Over Parador (1988) '''''[''Jack Noah/President Alphonse Simms''] Playing dual roles, 'Simms' dies of a heart attack. ('Jack' survives.) 
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*'''''Moon Over Parador (1987) '''''[''Jack Noah/President Alphonse Simms''] Playing dual roles, 'Simms' dies of a heart attack.  ('Jack' survives.) 
   
 
*'''''[[Always (1989)]]''''' [''Pete Sandich'']: Killed in a plane crash (when his plane catches fire and explodes) after saving [[John Goodman]]'s life; he appears as a guardian angel throughout the rest of the film before finally moving on to Heaven.
 
*'''''[[Always (1989)]]''''' [''Pete Sandich'']: Killed in a plane crash (when his plane catches fire and explodes) after saving [[John Goodman]]'s life; he appears as a guardian angel throughout the rest of the film before finally moving on to Heaven.
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