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Skip Homeier in 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Momentum'

Skip Homeier (1930 - 2017)

Film Deaths:[]

  • 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)
  • The Tall T (1957) [Billy Jack]: Has a fight with unarmed Randolph Scott, who grabs his gun/rifle and shoots him in the head. (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:[]

  • The Outer Limits: Expanding Human (1964) [Dr. Roy Clinton]: Shot by Troy Melton, while Skip is holding Keith Andes and James Doohan hostage. At the time, he is in his superhuman form and wills himself not to bleed, but dies when he reverts to normal.
  • 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)