Skip Homeier in 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Momentum'

Skip Homeier (1930 - 2017)

Film Deaths:[edit | edit source]

  • Halls of Montezuma (1950) [Pretty Boy]: Having attempted to kill some Japanese prisoners, he is held at rifle point by Jack Palance. He makes a move to push the rifle away and it goes off, shooting him in the stomach. (Thanks to Brian)
  • The Last Posse (1953) [Art Romer]: Disarmed and put under arrest by Sheriff Broderick Crawford he is cold bloodedly shot by Charles Bickford. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Cry Vengeance (1954) [Roxey]: Shot by Mark Stevens; he then falls from atop the dam. (Thanks to Harry)
  • Dawn at Socorro (1954) [Buddy Ferris]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with James Millican.
  • The Lone Gun (1954) [Cass Downing]: Shot in the back as he leaves the gaming table by Robert J. Wilke who is behind the curtain,and using Frank Faylen's Derringer so Frank gets the blame.
  • At Gunpoint (1955) [Bob Dennis]: Blasted off his horse with a shotgun by Walter Brennan as he goes to ride down Fred MacMurray. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Dakota Incident (1956) [Frank Banner]: An off-screen death, he is found by his brother, Dale Robertson, and other stagecoach passengers, face down in a waterhole with an arrow in his back. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Day Of The Bad Man (1958) [Howard Hayes]: Shot down by Edgar Buchanan who rides up in time to stop Skip shooting Fred MacMurray through the window of his ranchouse. (Thanks to Brian).
  • Comanche Station (1960) [Frank]: Shot in the back by Claude Akins as he rides off after refusing to bushwhack Randolph Scott. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Showdown (1963) [Caslon]: Smashes his head on a rock when Audie Murphy knocks him off a low bridge into the dried up riverbed below. (Thanks to Brian)

Television Deaths:[edit | edit source]

  • Star Trek: The Way to Eden (1969) [Dr. Sevrin]: Poisoned when he eats the indigenous fruit on the planet Eden. (Thanks to Jack and Neil)

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