Jack Elam (1920 - 2003)
The Sundowners (Thunder in the Dust) (1950) [Earl Boyce]: Shot in the back by Robert Preston when Jack goes for his own gun in his cabin.

Rawhide (1951) [Tevis]: Shot in the back by Susan Hayward just as Jack is about to kill Tyrone Power. (Thanks to Gordon)

The Battle at Apache Pass (1952) [Mescal Jack]: Killed (off-camera) by two Apache warriors acting on Jeff Chandler's orders. (Thanks to Brian)

Kansas City Confidential
(1952) [Pete Harris]: Shot to death by police at an airport. (Thanks to Mac)

Lure of the Wilderness (1952) [Dave Longden]: Drowned in quicksand. (Thanks to Gordon)

Cattle Queen of Montana (1954) [Yost]: Shot in the chest, along with another of Gene Evans' henchmen, in a shoot-out with Ronald Reagan. (Thanks to Gordon)

The Far Country (1954) [Frank Newberry, Gannon's Deputy]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with James Stewart in the street. (Thanks to Stephen)

Ride Clear of Diablo (1954) [Tim Lowerie]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Audie Murphy outside a saloon. (Thanks to Brian and Gordon)

The Man from Laramie (1955) [Chris Boldt]: Killed (off-screen); we learn of his death afterwards when James Millican arrests James Stewart for the murder. (Thanks to Gordon)

Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955) [Burger]: Trampled to death by elephants. (Thanks to Gordon)

Wichita (1955) [Al]: Shot to death, along with Rayford Barnes, in a shoot-out with Peter Graves, Joel McCrea, and John Smith. (Thanks to Gordon)

Thunder Over Arizona (1956) [Deputy Slats Callahan]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Gregory Walcott at the jailhouse. (Thanks to Brian)

Dragoon Wells Massacre (1957) [Tioga]: Stabbed in the back in a fight with an Apache warrior. (Thanks to Brian)

Night Passage (1957) [Shotgun]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with James Stewart at the logging mill. (Thanks to Brian)

Cheyenne: Massacre at Gunsight Pass (1961) [Count Nicholas Vladimir Potosi]: Shot in the chest with an arrow as he charges towards the Shosone warriors. (Thanks to Gordon)

The Comancheros (1961) [Horseface]: Shot to death by John Wayne as Jack charges towards John on horseback. (Thanks to Brian and Gordon)

The Twilight Zone: Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up? (1961) [Avery]: Killed in a bus crash (off-screen), along with all the other passengers, after John Hoyt tricks them into going over a collapsed bridge; we learn of their death afterwards when John informs Barney Phillips.

4 for Texas (1963) [Dobie]: Shot to death by Charles Bronson during an argument following a botched stagecoach robbery. (Thanks to Brian and Gordon)

The Rare Breed (1968) [Deke Simons]: Hits his head on a rock when he falls from his horse at the end of a fight with James Stewart. (Thanks to Gordon)

The Last Challenge (1967) [Ernest Scarnes]: Scalped (off-screen) by Native American warriors; his body is shown afterwards when Chad Everett and Glenn Ford discover him. (Thanks to Gordon)

Firecreek (1968) [Norman]: Stabbed with a pitchfork at the end of a fight with James Stewart in a stable. (Thanks to Brian and Gordon)

Once Upon a Time in the West (C'era una volta il West) (1968) [Snaky]: Shot in the chest (along with Woody Strode and Al Mulock) in a shoot-out with Charles Bronson at a train station. (Thanks to Brian and Gordon)

Hannie Caulder (1971) [Frank Clemens]: Shot to death by Raquel Welch, causing him to fall out of the hotel window and land on Diana Dors. (Thanks to Indrico, Brian, and Gordon)

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) [Alamosa Bill]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Kris Kristofferson in front of Bob Dylan's general store. (Thanks to Stephen)
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Jack Elam in 'Cattle Queen of Montana'