Harry Carey Jr. (1921 - 2012)
- Pursued (1947) [Prentice McComber]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Robert Mitchum.
- 3 Godfathers (1948) [William Kearney a.k.a. The Abilene Kid]: Dies of thirst and exhaustion (compounded by his previous gunshot wound) in the desert, while John Wayne and Pedro Armendáriz attempt to make him more comfortable. (Thanks to Brian)
- Silver Lode (1954) [Johnson]: Shot to death by Dan Duryea. (Thanks to Gordon)
- The Searchers (1956) [Brad Jorgensen]: Shot to death (off-camera) by Comanches, after he rides into their camp for vengeance; we only hear the shots as Jeffrey Hunter and John Wayne look on. (Thanks to Gordon)
- Bandolero! (1968) [Cort Hayjack]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Mexican bandits as Harry is firing from a window. (Thanks to Brian)
- Big Jake (1971) [Pop Dawson]: Shot to death by Patrick Wayne as Harry comes out of a building during a big shoot-out. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Exorcist III (1990) [Father Kanavan]: Decapitated by an elderly patient from a psychiatric ward (voiced by Colleen Dewhurst, possessed by the spirit of a serial killer played by Brad Dourif) while in a confession booth.
- Tombstone (1993) [Marshal Fred White]: Shot in the chest by Powers Boothe, as Harry attempts to disarm him. (Historically, Marshal White was shot in the crotch and died two days after being shot (not right after) and was also only about 31 at the time, not a 72-year old man as Harry Carey Jr. himself was. The film also portrays the shooting was on purpose, in real-life it was ruled as an accident).
- Have Gun - Will Travel: The Road to Wickenburg (1958) [Sheriff Jack Goodfellow] Shot in a showdown with Richard Boone; Harry draws a gun while waving a white flag and pretending to surrender, but Richard is not fooled.
- The Rifleman: The Journey Back (1961) [Lieutenant Vaughn]: Mortally wounded (off-screen) in a shooting; he dies shortly afterwards while talking to Chuck Connors. (Thanks to Gordon)
- Rawhide: The Deserter's Patrol (1962) [Walsh]: Killed, along with most of the rest of his patrol, in a battle with Native American warriors. (Thanks to Gordon)
- Mr. Marilyn Fix.
- Son-in-law of Paul Fix.