Victor French (1934 - 1989)
Deaths in FilmEdit
- Rio Lobo (1970) [Ketchum]: Shot by Mike Henry, when Mike finds out that Victor has signed a confession implicating himself and the other villains.
- Chato's Land (1972) [Martin Hall]: Shot in the shoulder by Charles Bronson. He dies the next day of his wounds.
Deaths in TelevisionEdit
- Batman: A Death Worse Than Fate (1966) [Hood no.1]: Accidentally shot by William Phipps (who he accidentally shoots as well) in a crossfire trap that had been set for Adam West and Burt Ward .
- Gunsmoke: Wishbone (1966) [Travers]: Shot dead in a shoot-out with James Arness as he tries to get him to unbuckle the gunbelt.
- Gunsmoke: Saturday Night (1967) [C K Ross]: He breaks William Watson out of jail but as he tries to ride away he is shot by James Arness. (Thanks to Brian)
- Gunsmoke: Vengeance: Part 2 (1967) [Eben Luken]: Shot in the back along with Royal Dano on the street as they tried to run away by James Stacy after they had severely beaten Kim Darby.
- Gunsmoke: O'Quillan (1968) [Clay Tynan]: A trail boss, he rides into town with a group of his drovers to kill John McLiam in revenge for killing his brother. The drunken McLiam is in the street with James Arness and goes for his gun. French pulls his own gun and wounds McLiam but is then shot dead by Arness. (Thanks to Brian)
- Mission: Impossible: Trial by Fury (1968) [Leduc]: Stabbed in the back by Sid Haig.
- Gunsmoke: Trafton (1971) [Trafton]: Shot dead by James Arness in a shootout in Dodge. (Thanks to Brian)
- Mission: Impossible: The Tram (1971) [Vic Hatcher]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with his fellow syndicate members.
- Gunsmoke: The Tarnished Badge (1974) [Sheriff Bo Harker]: Shot by Pamela McMyler as Victor is about to shoot James Arness.
Son of Ted French
Ex-Mr. Julie Cobb
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