Wilfrid Hyde-White (1903 - 1991)
- 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.
- The Cat and the Canary (1979) [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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