Elisha Cook Jr. (1903 - 1995)
Ex-Mr. Mary Lou Cook
Phantom Lady (1944) [Cliff Milburn]: Strangled by Franchot Tone in Elisha's apartment; his body is shown again afterwards when Thomas Gomez and Ella Raines discover him. (Thanks to JK)

The Big Sleep (1946) [Harry Jones]: Forced to drink poisoned whiskey by a couple of John Ridgely's thugs; his body is shown afterwards when Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall discover him. (Thanks to Mac)

Shane (1953) [Frank 'Stonewall' Torrey]: Shot in the chest by Jack Palance in the street, after Jack goads Elisha into drawing his own gun.

Thunder Over the Plains (1953) [Standish]: Shot in the crossfire of a shoot-out between the rangers and Hugh Sanders' gang; he dies shortly afterwards, after telling Randolph Scott about the written confession he had left in his office.

The Killing (1956) [George Peatty]: Mortally wounded in a shoot-out with Vince Edwards at the gang's hideout, he manages to make his way back to his apartment and kill Marie Windsor before dying.

Voodoo Island (Silent Death) (1957) [Martin Schuyler]: Falls to his death from a rope bridge, after being panicked by the sight of a voodoo doll in his image.

One-Eyed Jacks (1961) [Carvey]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Ben Johnson when Ben tries to rob the bank.

Welcome to Hard Times (Killer on a Horse) (1967) [Hanson the Undertaker]: Shot in the chest by Aldo Ray when Elisha tries to reclaim his stolen horse.

Blacula (1972) [Sam]: Bitten on the throat and drained of blood by Ketty Lester after she comes back to life in the morgue.

ALF: We're So Sorry, Uncle Albert (1988) [Uncle Albert]: Dies of a heart attack after seeing ALF. (Thanks to JK)
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Elisha Cook Jr. in 'The Killing'