Raymond Burr in 'Great Day in the Morning'
Raymond Burr (1917 - 1993)
Desperate (1947) [Walt Radak]: Shot in a shoot-out with Steve Brodie in a tenement stairwell; he then falls over the bannister and plunges down four stories. (Thanks to Brian)

Bride of the Gorilla (1951) [Barney Chavez]: Shot to death by police while in his gorilla form.

His Kind of Woman (1951) [Nick Ferraro]: Shot in the chest by Robert Mitchum while Raymond is trying to kill Vincent Price. (Thanks to Dignan)

Horizons West (1952) [Cord Hardin]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Robert Ryan. (Thanks to Gordon)

The Blue Gardenia (1953) [Harry Prebble]: Bludgeoned to death (off-screen) by Ruth Storey in his apartment.

Great Day in the Morning (1956) [Jumbo Means]: Shot to death (off-screen) in the crossfire of a shoot-out between the townspeople and the Union soldiers; his body is shown lying on the ground after the shooting is over.

Please Murder Me (1956) [Attorney Craig Carlson]: Shot to death by Angela Lansbury as Raymond is about to telephone John Dehner with proof of her guilt in Dick Foran's murder.

Affair in Havana (1957) [Mal Mallabee]: Drowned when Sergio Pena pushes Raymond's wheelchair into the swimming pool. (Thanks to OWB)

Crime of Passion (1957) [Police Inspector Tony Pope]: Shot in the head by Barbara Stanwyck in Raymond's home; we see Barbara firing, followed by a shot of Raymond's body lying on the floor.
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