William Talman in The Woman on Pier 13

William Talman (1915 - 1968)

Film DeathsEdit

  • Red, Hot and Blue (1949) [Bunny Harris]: Shot in the back by a rival gangster.
  • The Woman on Pier 13 (I Married a Communist) (1949) [Bailey]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Robert Ryan in a warehouse.
  • Armored Car Robbery (1950) [Dave Purvis a.k.a. Martin Bell]: Run over/crushed to death when a plane lands on him while he's running across the runway.
  • The Kid from Texas (Texas Kid, Outlaw) (1950) [Minninger]: Shot to death by Audie Murphy.
  • The Racket (1951) [Officer Bob Johnson]: Shot by Robert Ryan; he dies in the hospital shortly afterwards.
  • One Minute to Zero (1952) [Colonel Joe Parker]: Falls to his death when his parachute catches fire due to falling debris after he bails out of his plane.
  • City That Never Sleeps (1953) [Hayes Stewart]: Electrocuted when he falls against the third rail during a fight with Gig Young.
  • Big House, USA (1955) [William 'Machine Gun' Mason]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with FBI agents.
  • Crashout (Reverend Remington) (1955) [Luther Remsen a.k.a. Swanee Rawlins]: Shot to death by William Bendix.
  • The Man Is Armed (1956) [Hackett]: Shot to death by Dane Clark.
  • The Persuader (1957) [Matt Bonham/Mark Bonham]: Playing a dual role as twin brothers, "Mark" is shot to death in a shoot-out with John Milford and Frank Richards. ("Matt" survives the movie.)

TV DeathsEdit

Notable ConnectionsEdit

  • Ex-Mr. Lynne Carter
  • Mr. Margaret Flanagan
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