|Castle on the Hudson (Years Without Days) (1940) [Steve Rockford]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with prison guards during a jailbreak. (Thanks to Baxter)
The Twilight Zone: The Obsolete Man (1961) [Romney Wordsworth]: Executed by an explosive device placed in his room.
In Harm's Way (1965) [Commander Egan Powell]: Killed (off-screen) in combat when the Japanese forces fire on their ship; we learn about his death afterwards when John Wayne wakes up from his coma and Patricia Neal tells John what happened in the battle.
Mackenna's Gold (1969) [The Storekeeper]: Shot with an arrow (off-camera) by an Apache warrior; we see Burgess' point-of-view of the warrior aiming directly at the camera and firing.
Night Gallery: The Little Black Bag (1970) [Dr. Fall]: Stabbed to death (off-camera) by Chill Wills, using one of the futuristic scalpels. The scene ends as Chill approaches Burgess menacingly.
Beware! The Blob (Son of the Blob) (1972) [Old Hobo]: Devoured (off-screen) by the Blob in a barn, after it devours Larry Hagman and Del Close.
The Day of the Locust (1975) [Harry Greener]: Dies of old age (on top of long-term alcohol abuse) in his bedroom; his body is shown again afterwards during his funeral.
Magic (1978) [Ben Greene]: Drowned in a lake by Anthony Hopkins, after Anthony first beats him into unconsciousness with a ventriloquist's dummy. Burgess' body is shown again afterwards when Ed Lauter discovers him washed up on shore.
The Last Chase (1981) [Captain J.G. Williams]: Killed in a plane crash when he deliberately flies his jet into a laser cannon to save Lee Majors and Chris Makepeace. (Thanks to Mike)
Rocky III (1982) [Mickey Goldmill]: Dies of a heart attack sustained during an argument with Mr. T before a boxing match; he is taken to the locker room, where he dies soon afterwards while talking to Sylvester Stallone.
Grumpier Old Men (Grumpy Old Men 2) (1995) [Grandpa Gustafson]: Dies of old age/natural causes while fishing by the lake; his body is shown afterwards when his son (Jack Lemmon) discovers him..