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==Film Deaths==
 
==Film Deaths==
*'''''Carlito's Way'' (1993)''' [''David Kleinfeld'']: Shot by gangsters after he pulls out his gun (not knowing that [[Al Pacino]] had already removed the bullets).
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*'''''[[Carlito's Way (1993)]]''''' [''David Kleinfeld'']: Shot by gangsters after he pulls out his gun (not knowing that [[Al Pacino]] had already removed the bullets).
   
 
*'''''[[Dead Man Walking (1995)]]''''' [''Matthew Poncelet'']: Executed by lethal injection, while [[Susan Sarandon]] witnesses the execution.
 
*'''''[[Dead Man Walking (1995)]]''''' [''Matthew Poncelet'']: Executed by lethal injection, while [[Susan Sarandon]] witnesses the execution.

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Sean Penn in Carlito's Way

Sean Penn (1960 - )

Film Deaths

  • Carlito's Way (1993) [David Kleinfeld]: Shot by gangsters after he pulls out his gun (not knowing that Al Pacino had already removed the bullets).
  • U Turn (1997) [Bobby Cooper]: Dies of sunstroke and/or thirst after getting stranded in the desert when his car's radiator hose blows out.
  • The Weight of Water (2000) [Thomas Janes]: Accidentally drowned while rescuing Elizabeth Hurley after she falls overboard during a storm; his body is shown floating face-down in the water after the storm.
  • 21 Grams (2003) [Paul Rivers]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the chest in a hotel room, after his body starts to reject his transplanted heart; he dies in the hospital shortly afterwards. (Thanks to Emily, Gary, Nemanja, and Andrew)
  • The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004) [Samuel J. Bicke]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the head (off-camera) after he gets shot few times in the back (through an airplane window) by guards. (as Sean in attempting to hijack the plane to fly it into the White House) (Thanks to Vlabor and Kyle)
  • Gangster Squad (2013) [Mickey Cohen]: Mentioned in narration by Josh Brolin at the end of the film that he died in prison by being beaten with a lead pipe. (Historically inaccurate, the real Mickey Cohen died from stomach cancer on July 29th, 1976)

TV Deaths

None.

Connections

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