|Henry Fonda (1905 - 1982)
Ex-Mr. Margaret Sullavan
Father of Jane Fonda and Peter Fonda
Grandfather of Bridget Fonda and Troy Garity
|You Only Live Once (1937) [Eddie Taylor]: Shot in the back by police, just after Sylvia Sidney dies in his arms as he's carrying her through the woods.
The Fugitive (1947) [A Fugitive]: Executed by a firing squad.
Fort Apache (War Party) (1948) [Lt. Col. Owen Thursday]: Killed in combat with Apache warriors. (Thanks to Matthew)
Mister Roberts (1955) [Lt. Douglas A. Roberts]: Killed in combat (off-screen); we only see a scene of Jack Lemmon (if I recall correctly) reading a telegram to his shipmates informing them of Henry's death.
Firecreek (1968) [Bob Larkin]: Shot to death by Inger Stevens just as Henry is about to shoot James Stewart. (Thanks to Michael)
Once Upon a Time in the West (C'era una volta il West) (1968) [Frank]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Charles Bronson.
Sometimes a Great Notion (Never Give an Inch) (1971) [Henry Stamper]: Fatally injured when a tree falls on him, leading to the amputation of his right arm; he dies in the hospital with his son (Paul Newman) by his bedside. (Thanks to Michael)
Captains and the Kings (1976) [Senator Enfield Bassett]: Commits suicide (off-screen), exact method unknown, in his hotel room. His body is shown (covered by a sheet) being carried out on a stretcher as Richard Jordan rides up to the hotel.
The Swarm (1978) [Dr. Walter Krim]: Dies of a heart attack after injecting himself with an experimental antidote to the bees' venom. (Thanks to Michael and Stephen)
Meteor (1979) [The President]: Drowned after being trapped in a flooding underground chamber. (Thanks to Michael)