Robert Duvall (1931 - )
- True Grit (1969) [Ned Pepper]: Shot to death by Glen Campbell, just as Robert is about to shoot John Wayne. Shown from a distance.
- The Conversation (1974) [The Director]: Dies (off-screen) under ambiguous circumstances; a newspaper article reports his death as being the result of a car accident, though Gene Hackman suspects that he was killed by Frederic Forrest and Cindy Williams in a hotel room.
- The Killer Elite (1975) [George Hansen]: Shot to death by Bo Hopkins before Robert can kill James Caan.
- The Eagle Has Landed (1976) [Col. Max Radl]: Executed by a firing squad.
- The Great Santini (1979) [Lt. Col. 'Bull' Meechum]: Killed in a plane crash.
- Let's Get Harry (1986) [Norman Shrike]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with enemy soldiers.
- Hotel Colonial (1987) [Roberto Carrasco a.k.a. Luca Venieri]: Shot repeatedly in the chest by his brother John Savage in Robert's bedroom.
- Colors (1988) [Officer Bob Hodges]: Shot in the lower chest by Gerardo Mejia while the police are arresting the gang; he dies shortly afterwards as Sean Penn kneels by his side.
- The Handmaid's Tale (1990) [Commander Fred]: Stabbed/slashed to death with a concealed knife by Natasha Richardson.
- The Godfather Part III (1990) [Tom Hagen]: Robert does not actually appear in this film, but is revealed to have died under unspecified circumstances in the time since The Godfather Part II (1974).
- Geronimo: An American Legend (1993) [Chief of Scouts Al Sieber]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out in a Mexican cantina; he dies shortly afterwards after talking to Matt Damon and Jason Patric.
- The Scarlet Letter (1995) [Roger Chillingworth]: Commits suicide (off-camera) by hanging himself. His body is later shown afterwards when Gary Oldman discovers him.
- Deep Impact (1998) [Captain Spurgeon 'Fish' Tanner]: Killed in an explosion (along with the rest of the shuttle crew) when they sacrifice themselves by piloting the shuttle into the comet to save the earth.
- The Gingerbread Man (1998) [Dixon Doss]: Shot in the neck by Kenneth Branagh after Robert fires a shotgun at Kenneth.
- The 6th Day (2000) [Dr. Griffin Weir]: Shot in the head by Tony Goldwyn after Robert threatens to expose the cloning operation. His memories are later implanted in a clone of Tony, which also dies when he falls to his death through a glass ceiling.
- Secondhand Lions (2003) [Hub]: Killed (offscreen) in a plane crash, along with Michael Caine, when they try to fly their biplane upside-down through a barn door; we only see the wreckage afterwards.
- Thank You for Smoking (2005) [Doak 'The Captain' Boykin]: Dies (offscreen) of a heart attack; we learn of his death afterwards when J.K. Simmons informs Aaron Eckhart.
- We Own the Night (2007) [Deputy Chief Albert 'Bert' Grusinsky]: Shot by one of Alex Veadov's thug's while the police are transporting Eva Mendes and Joaquin Phoenix; he dies shortly after crawling out of the car.
- Get Low (2009) [Felix Bush]: Dies of unspecified causes; we later see his funeral.
- The Judge (2014) [Joseph Palmer]: Dies of cancer or as a result of the treatment while fishing with his son (Robert Downey Jr.)
- Wild Horses (2015) [Scott Briggs]: Dies of a heart attack as he's driving back to his ranch.
- Widows (2018) [Tom Mulligan]: Shot by Michelle Rodriguez after he non-fatally shoots Elizabeth Debicki during a robbery.
- Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: The Invaders (1965) [Zar]: I haven't seen this, but I read he dies in it.
- T.H.E. Cat: Crossing at Destino Bay (1966) [Scorpio] Falls off of a scaffold after being shot in a gunfight with Robert Loggia.
- The Time Tunnel: Chase Through Time (1967) [Raul Nimon]: Killed (offscreen) by giant bees after being trapped in their hive at the end of a pursuit through time. (Thanks to Stephen)
- Lonesome Dove (1989 miniseries) [Augustus 'Gus' McCrae]: Dies of gangrene after being shot in the leg with arrows and refusing to let the doctor amputate; Tommy Lee Jones then carries his body back to Lonsome Dove. (Thanks to Rick)
- Stalin (1992 TV) [Joseph Stalin]: Dies of cerebral hemorrhage following a stroke, with his family and various military and government officials gathered by his bedside. (Thanks to Matt and Stephen)
- The Man Who Captured Eichmann (1996 TV) [Adolf Eichmann]: Executed (off-screen) by hanging in Israel on May 31st, 1962. His execution is mentioned in the onscreen text at the end of the film.
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