Martin Kosleck (left) with Walter Huston and Erich von Stroheim in 'The North Star'
Martin Kosleck (1904 - 1994)
Mr. Eleonora von Mendelssohn
The North Star (Armored Attack) (1943) [Dr. Richter]: Shot in the back by Walter Huston outside the infirmary, while Erich von Stroheim looks on in surprise.

The Flesh Eaters (1964) [Professor Peter Bartell]: Commits suicide by shooting himself (off-camera) after the microscopic Flesh Eaters begin devouring him on the beach; we hear the gunshot over a shot of Byron Sanders reacting to the sight, followed by a shot of Martin's mostly-skeletal hand holding the gun.

The Man with Bogart's Face (Sam Marlowe, Private Eye) (1980) [Horst Borsht]: Shot in the chest (off-screen) by one of Herbert Lom's thugs in Martin's home; he dies shortly after his daughter (Olivia Hussey) and Robert Sacchi discover him.
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