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Richard Pasco's death in Rasputin: The Mad Monk

Richard Pasco (1926 - 2014)

Film Deaths Edit

  • Yesterday's Enemy (1959) [2nd Lt Hastings]: One of 6 men executed by the Japanese firing squad. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960) [Edmund, Earl of Newark]: Stabbed to death in a swordfight with Richard Greene (and his men).
  • The Gorgon (1964) [Paul Heitz]: Looks directly at the gorgon's (Prudence Hyman) face (which is fatal) after seeing her reflection (which is not fatal) in a mirror in the castle. He appears to be saved after Christopher Lee beheads the gorgon, but as the film ends, his skin turns grey, implying he's about to turn to stone. He is still alive at this point, but his fate after the events of the film can be guessed, so I'll list it as an implied death rather than a confirmed death.
  • Rasputin: The Mad Monk (1966) [Dr. Boris Zargo]: Stabbed in the back with a dagger by Christopher Lee.

Television Deaths Edit

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