Felix Aylmer in 'Hamlet' (1948)
Felix Aylmer (1889 - 1979)
The Case of the Frightened Lady (The Frightened Lady; The Scarf Murder Mystery) (1940) [Dr. Lester Charles Amersham]: Strangled (off-screen) with a scarf.

Hamlet (1948) [Polonius]: Stabbed through a curtain by Laurence Olivier, who had mistaken Felix for Basil Sydney.

Quo Vadis? (1951) [Plautius]: Executed by crucifixion; he denounces Peter Ustinov as the burner of Rome while hanging on the cross. (Thanks to Jeffrey)

Knights of the Round Table (1953) [Merlin]: Poisoned (off-screen) by Stanley Baker and Anne Crawford; his body is shown afterwards when Mel Ferrer discovers him. (Thanks to Gordon)

The Two-Headed Spy (1958) [Cornaz]: Tortured to death by Alexander Knox, as Jack Hawkins watches impassively. (Thanks to Gordon)

The Mummy (1959) [Stephen Banning]: Strangled by Christopher Lee after Christopher breaks into Felix' hospital room.
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