|Joseph Schildkraut (1896 - 1964)
Son of Rudolph Schildkraut
Ex-Mr. Elise Bartlett
|The King of Kings (1927) [Judas Iscariot]: Commits suicide by hanging himself.
The Blue Danube (Honour Above All) (1928) [Ludwig]: Commits suicide by stabbing himself; he then falls out of the window.
Viva Villa! (1934) [General Pascal]: Devoured by ants (off-camera) after Wallace Beery has Joseph smeared with honey and staked to the ground; we only hear Joseph screaming from off-screen.
Lady of the Tropics (1939) [Pierre Delaroch]: Shot to death by Hedy Lamarr.
Plainsman and the Lady (Drumbeats over Wyoming) (1946) [Peter Marquette]: Fatally wounded in a shoot-out between the outlaws and the Native Americans; he dies shortly afterwards while talking to Bill Elliott.
Northwest Outpost (End of the Rainbow) (1947) [Count Igor Savin]: Shot to death by Nelson Eddy when Joseph pulls a gun on Nelson, Hugo Haas, and Elsa Lanchester.
Old Los Angeles (California Outpost) (1948) [Luis Savarin]: Shot to death by John Carroll.
Hallmark Hall of Fame: Hamlet (1953) [Claudius]: Poisoned when Maurice Evans forces him to drink his own poisoned wine, on top of being stabbed with a poisoned blade.
The Twilight Zone: Deaths-Head Revisited (1961) [Becker]: Dies (off-screen) in the concentration camp, several years before the story begins; he appears as a ghost to Oscar Beregi when Oscar visits the camp (though Oscar does not initially remember that Joseph is dead).