Bradford Dillman in 99 and 44/100% Dead

Bradford Dillman (1930 - 2018)

Film DeathsEdit

  • Francis of Assisi (1961) [Francis Bernardone of Assisi]: Dies of natural causes; he is shown on his deathbed when Stuart Whitman visits him.
  • The Mephisto Waltz (1971) [Bill Delancey]: His body dies after switching spirits with Alan Alda; his spirit lives on in Andy's body. (Thanks to Stephen)
  • Moon of the Wolf (1972) [Andrew Rodanthe]: Shot to death by Barbara Rush when he attacks her in his werewolf form. (Thanks to Michael)
  • 99 and 44/100% Dead (Call Harry Crown) (1974) [Big Eddie]: Shot in the chest by Edmond O'Brien while Bradford is holding Ann Turkel hostage in a factory; he dies shortly afterwards while talking to Edmond. His body is shown afterwards after being dropped in the harbor with his feet in cement.
  • Chosen Survivors (1974) [Peter Macomber]: Bitten by a swarm of vampire bats.
  • Gold (1974) [Manfred Steyner]: Hit by a car, on purpose, driven by Tony Beckley.
  • Bug (1975) [Professor James Parmiter]: Falls to his death after being set on fire by the flame-shooting insects. (Thanks to Michael)
  • The Swarm (1978) [Major Baker]: Stung to death by the swarm of killer bees.
  • Piranha (1978) [Paul Grogan]: Possibly dies of his wounds (done by the piranha) sometime after the film ends. (he's slightly still alive the last time we see, him but knowing how much he was Eaten alive it seems like a safe assumption).
  • Guyana: Cult of the Damned (1979) [Dr. Gary Shaw]: Shot by the guards after finishing off killing the rest of the cult members.

TV DeathsEdit

Note: the 1977 tv film The Lincoln Conspiracy, depicts John Wilkes Booth (portrayed by Dillman) moving to Canada and living decades more. Incase any of you are wondering, if he gets killed.

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