Wilfrid Hyde-White (1903 - 1991)
- The Lady From Lisbon (Lady From Lisbon) (1942) [Ganier]: Shot at close range as he sits at his desk in his studio by Charles Victor. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Truth About Women (1957) [Sir George Tavistock]: Dies (off-screen) of unspecified causes. We learn of his death when his son (Laurence Harvey) tells Derek Farr. (Thanks to Brian)
- Ten Little Indians (And Then There Were None) (1965) [Judge Arthur Cannon]: Commits suicide by drinking poison, after confessing his plan to Shirley Eaton, intending to frame her for the murders. However, Hugh O'Brian faked his death, meaning Wilfrid's plan has failed. (His death is also faked earlier in the film, working with Dennis Price).
- The Cat and the Canary (1978/9) [Cyrus West]: Dies (off-screen) of old age/natural causes, shortly before the movie begins; he only appears in a filmed message which is played for the guests at the mansion.
- Columbo: Dagger of the Mind (1972) [Tanner]: Hanged to death (off-screen) by Richard Basehart (staged to appear like a suicide). His body (just his legs, actually) is seen when the maid discovers him.
- Mr. Blanche Glynne (widowed)
- Mr. Ethel Drew
- Father of Alex Hyde-White
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