Charles Boyer in 'Algiers'
Charles Boyer (1899 - 1978)
Mr. Pat Paterson
(widowed)
Liliom (1934) [Liliom Zadowski]: Commits suicide by stabbing himself after being cornered by the police; he then appears as a spirit in the afterlife, before being allowed to return to Earth for one day sixteen years later.

Thunder in the East (1934) [Marquis Yorisaka]: Commits suicide by hara-kiri.

Conquest (1937) [Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte]: Dies of unspecified natural causes, with Greta Garbo by his bedside. (Napoleon's actual cause of death has been debated; I can't recall whether the movie identified a cause.)

Algiers (1938) [Pepe le Moko]: Shot in the back by Gino Corrado as Charles is running down the dock calling after Hedy Lamarr's departing ship. He dies shortly afterwards while talking to Joseph Calleia. (Thanks to Stephen)

All This, and Heaven Too (1940) [Duc de Praslin]: Commits suicide by taking poison.

Back Street (1941) [Walter Louis Saxel]: Dies following a stroke; he dies while talking to Margaret Sullavan on the telephone.
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