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Sarah Michelle Gellar's body in I Know What You Did Last Summer

Sarah Michelle Gellar (1977 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Small Soldiers (1998) [Gwendy Dolls]: Providing the voices of several dolls brought to life by the Commando Elite, most of them are smashed to pieces with a golf club by Kirsten Dunst.
  • Scooby Doo (2002) [Daphne Blake]: In a deleted scene, her soul is yanked out by a soul absorber after being kidnapped by Miguel A. Nunez Jr.. She, nonetheless, is brought back to life (off-camera). (Played for comic effect.)

TV DeathsEdit

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Prophecy Girl (1997) [Buffy Summers]: Drowned after Mark Metcalf drops her into a pool of water after biting her and rendering her unconscious; although her heart does stop beating (fulfilling the prophecy of her death) she is brought back to life when Nicholas Brendon performs CPR. (It's arguable whether this really counts as a 'death' scene, but if it's good enough to fulfill a prophecy...)
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Wish (1998) [Buffy Summers]: Neck snapped by Mark Metcalf in an alternate reality; immediately after her death, the proper timeline is restored, bringing her back to life.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Gift (2001) [Buffy Summers]: Commits suicide by throwing herself off of a tower in order to save the world from a supernatural force. (She was brought back to life with a magic spell in the next season's opening episode, Bargaining).
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Bargaining (2001) [Buffy Summers / "BuffyBot"]: Playing a dual role as both the real Buffy (who returns to life in this episode) and her robot duplicate, the "BuffyBot" is torn apart by demons while the real Sarah looks on.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Hell's Bells (2002) [Buffy Summers]: Her death is hinted at, but not explicitly described, in a vision of the future. (It later turns out that the vision was a demonic trick by George D. Wallace, and that it will not come true.)
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Normal Again (2002) [Buffy Summers]: Dies (off-screen) of presumably natural causes. However, her death is a hallucination as she was stung by a demon in which the venom caused severe hallucinations in which she was a patient at a mental institution.
  • Robot Chicken: Operation Rich in Spirit (2005; animated) [Daphne]: Hacked to death with a machete by Jason, in a Scooby-Doo-meets-Friday the 13th parody.
  • Robot Chicken: Dead Disney Mom (2014; animated) [Bambi's mom]: Playing Bambi's mom, she appears as a spirit to talk to Seth Green (see Paula Winslowe for the original).
  • Star Wars: Rebels: Twilight of the Apprentice (2016; animated) [Seventh Sister]: first force choked by Darth Maul (Sam Witwer), then tells Ezra Bridger (Taylor Gray) to killed her, but doesn't. Maul then throws his lightsaber at her and killed, as Ezra looks in shock. Her body falls to the ground along with her lightsaber, we don't see the rest of her body.

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