Karlheinz (Carl) Boehm in 'Peeping Tom' (1960)
Karlheinz Boehm (1928 - )
a.k.a. Carl Boehm
Mr. Barbara Lass
Peeping Tom (Face of Fear; The Fotographer of Panic) (1960) [Mark Lewis]: Commits suicide by running towards his tripod-blade and stabbing himself in the neck as the police close in on his studio, while Anna Massey looks on in horror.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1962) [Heinrich von Hartrott]: Killed in an explosion when the Nazi base is bombed; the movie ends with Karlheinz reuniting with his anti-Nazi cousin (Glenn Ford) as the bombs fall.

The Venetian Affair (1967) [Robert Wahl]: Shot in the chest during a shoot-out with Robert Vaughn on the banks of the canal; he then falls into the canal, and dies shortly after Robert pulls him out.

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