Robert Shaw in 'From Russia with Love'
Robert Shaw (1927 - 1978)
Playwright/novelist
Mr.
Mary Ure (widowed)
Father of Ian Shaw
From Russia with Love (1964) [Donald 'Red' Grant]: Garroted with his own wire at the end of a struggle with Sean Connery in the train compartment. (Thanks to Larry, Thomas, Stephen, Kyle, and Kenneth)

Hamlet (1964) [Claudius, King of Denmark]: Stabbed with a poison-coated sword, then forced to drink his own poison, by Christopher Plummer. (Thanks to Stephen)

Battle of the Bulge (1965) [Colonel Martin Hessler]: Killed in an explosion when his tank blows up while trying to capture an American fuel depot. (Thanks to Thomas and Stephen)

Custer of the West (A Good Day for Fighting) (1967) [General George Armstrong Custer]: Killed in the battle with Sioux warriors. (Thanks to Larry and Stephen)

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) [Bernard Ryder a.k.a. Mr. Blue]: Commits suicide by electrocuting himself on the subway's third rail, rather than be arrested by Walter Matthau. (Thanks to Larry, Thomas, Stephen, Mike, and Tim)

Jaws (1975) [Quint]: Eaten by the shark while Roy Scheider looks on in horror. (Thanks to Larry, Thomas, Stephen, Mike, Patrick, Keenan, Kyle, John, and Kenneth)
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