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Vaughntaylor

Top: Vaughn Taylor in The Twilight Zone: Time Enough at Last
Bottom: Vaughn Taylor dead in The Twilight Zone: Time Enough at Last

Vaughn Taylor (1911 - 1983)

Film Deaths:[]

  • The Lineup (1958) [The Man]: Killed when Eli Wallach pushes him in the wheelchair into the skating rink.
  • In Cold Blood (1967) [Good Samaritan]: Presumably killed (off-screen) by Robert Blake and Scott Wilson after he picks them up in his car. When the car reaches its destination in a later scene Vaughn is no longer with them. Even though his disappearance is never discussed by Robert or Scott it is safe to assume they disposed of him.

Television Deaths:[]

  • Wanted: Dead or Alive: The Martin Poster (1958) [Dr. Glen Leach]: Shot in the back by Nick Adams after he removes the bullet in Michael Landon's back. His body is later discovered by Steve McQueen.
  • Black Saddle: Client: Banks (1959) [Eli Banks]: Shot (off-camera) by Dabbs Greer. We hear the shot and his body is found on the floor of his shop. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Perry Mason: The Case of the Stuttering Bishop (1959) [Bishop Arthur Mallory]: Bludgeoned to death (off-screen) by Jonathan Kidd. We learn of his death when divers discover a body in a car.
  • The Twilight Zone: Time Enough at Last (1959) [Mr. Carsville]: Killed (off-screen) when an atomic bomb is dropped. His body (just his hand, actually) is seen sticking out of rubble when Burgess Meredith discovers him.
  • Thriller: Choose a Victim (1961) [Uncle Philip Landers]: Bludgeoned by Larry Blyden the placed in his car and pushed off of a cliff so that Susan Oliver could claim the inheritance.
  • The Twilight Zone: Still Valley (1961) [Teague]: Dies (off-screen) of old age/natural causes after giving Gary Merrill his book of witchcraft (Note: Vaughn was made to look older than he was at the time).
  • Perry Mason: The Case of the Witless Witness (1963) [Martin Weston]: Poisoned (off-screen) by David White. His body is shown afterwards when the police investigate.

Notable connections[]

  • Mr. Ruth Moss.
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