Robert Walker in Strangers on a Train

Robert Walker (1918 - 1951)

Film DeathsEdit

  • Bataan (1943) [Seaman Leonard Purckett]: Shot in the back by Japanese soldiers. (Thanks to Harry)
  • Vengeance Valley (1951) [Lee Strobie]: Shot in the chest by Burt Lancaster when Robert draws his gun while standing in a shallow pond. We only see Robert's back during the shooting.
  • My Son John (1952) [John Jefferson]: Shot to death by communist agents while trying to flee in a taxi. (This scene used footage from Strangers on a Train due to Robert's real-life death during production of the film.) (Thanks to Mac)

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