Roland Young in 'And Then There Were None'


Roland Young dead in 'And Then There Were None'

Roland Young (1887 - 1953)

Film DeathsEdit

  • Topper (1937) [Cosmo Topper]: Is temporary "dead" or unconscious in a car accident. he appears as a ghost to Cary Grant and Constance Bennett ghosts during this time. (Don't know if this would count as a death, but I'll list it in case).
  • And Then There Were None (1945) [Detective William Henry Blore]: Head crushed in by a chunk of masonry that Barry Fitzgerald topples onto him; June Duprez and Louis Hayward discover Roland's body when they head outside to investigate the beach, with only his feet shown protruding from underneath the rubble.
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