Raymond J. Barry dead in Flight of the Living Dead

Raymond J. Barry (1939 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Out of Bounds (1986) [Hurley]: Shot in the head/chest/back by Jeff Kober as Raymond tries to kill Anthony Michael Hall (It’s been a while since I last saw this so I can't remember for certain).
  • Rapid Fire (1992) [Agent Frank Stewart]: Machine gunned in the stomach by Nick Mancuso on a stairwell as Brandon Lee looks on.
  • Best Men (1997) [Agent Hoover]: Shot in the forehead by Dean Cain (during a shoot-out between/with Cain & Sean Patrick Flanery at a police road block). We only see Dean firing, (followed by Art Edler Brown looking round/down to discover he’s been shot dead).
  • The Deep End (2001) [Carlie Nagel]: Strangled by Goran Visnjic who puts his arm around Barry’s throat and his hand covering Barry’s mouth after Barry injures Visnjic with a hook during a struggle when Barry is caught beating Tilda Swinton (his body is later seen when Goran and Tilda dump him in a car trunk).
  • Interview with an Assassin (2002) [Walter Ohlinger]: Dies of cancer.
  • American Crude (2008) [Mr. Grand]: Falls to his death off a building when his son (Ron Livingston) lets go of him rather than tighten his grip as he clings from a rooftop.
  • Charlie Valentine (2009) [Charlie Valentine]: Killed by mobsters.
  • The Hammer (aka "Hamill") (2010) [Stanley Leroy McCoy]: Dies in a hospital of a pulmonary embolism.

TV DeathsEdit

  • Justified: Outlaw (2013) [Arlo Givens]: Stabbed with barber scissors by Brent Sexton, he later dies of his injuries and his body is later seen in the following episode. He reappears in the episode "Dark as a Dungeon" as an apparition to his son (Timothy Olyphant).

Notable connectionsEdit

  • Mr. Robyn Mundell

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