Samantha Eggar (1939 - )
- The Collector (1965) [Miranda Grey]: Dies of pneumonia (off-screen) while being held captive by Terence Stamp; her body is shown afterwards when Terence returns from a pharmacy with some medicine and discovers that he's too late. (Thanks to Sin Tan)
- Return from the Ashes (1965) [Fabienne]: Drowned in her bathtub when Maximilian Schell lifts her legs out of the water, submerging her head. (Thanks to Sin Tan)
- The Light at the Edge of the World (1971) [Arabella]: Presumably killed (off-screen) by Yul Brynner's pirate crew. We last see her screaming as the pirates attack her; her subsequent fate is never confirmed, but the implication is fairly strong. (Thanks to Johan)
- Double Indemnity (1973) [Phyllis Dietrickson]: Shot by Richard Crenna, who then lays her body down on the couch. (See also Barbara Stanwyck in the 1944 version.) (Thanks to Sin Tan)
- A Name for Evil (1973) [Joanna Blake]: Thrown out of a window by Robert Culp; the camera follows her all the way down to the ground. (Thanks to Sin Tan)
- The Killer Who Wouldn't Die (1976) [Anne Roland]: Strangled (I haven't seen this one, so I can't provide more details). (Thanks to Sin Tan)
- The Uncanny (1977) [Edina Hamilton]: Impaled by the spikes of an iron maiden on a film set, after a cat sabotages the safety measures. Her body is shown afterwards when Donald Pleasence opens the iron maiden. (Thanks to William)
- The Biggest Battle (Il Grande attacco; The Greatest Battle) (1978) [Annelise Ackerman]: Commits suicide by jumping from a balcony while being questioned by the Gestapo. (Thanks to Sin Tan and Johan)
- The Brood (1979) [Nola Carveth]: Strangled by her husband (Art Hindle), while she's in the process of "giving birth" to a "rage-baby" growing out of her abdomen. (Thanks to Sin Tan)
- Demonoid, Messenger of Death (1981) [Jennifer Baines]: Rammed through a glass table by a possessed hand that clamped itself in her hair. This scene fades straight to the closing credits.
- Curtains (1983) [Samantha Sherwood]: Stabbed to death by Lynne Griffin. (Thanks to Sin Tan and Eric)
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