Steve Cochran in Storm Warning

Steve Cochran (1917 - 1965)

Film DeathsEdit

  • White Heat (1949) [Big Ed Somers]: Shot in the back by James Cagney when Steve tries to run. His body is shown lying on the staircase afterwards when James kicks him downstairs.
  • Storm Warning (1951) [Hank Rice]: Shot in the chest by Ronald Reagan after Steve shoots Doris Day at a Ku Klux Klan meeting.
  • Carnival Story (1957) [Joe Hammond]: Thrown to his death from a carnival ride by Ady Berber, the carnival strongman, who had pursued him after Steve had tried to throttle Anne Baxter. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Slander (1957) [H.R. Manley]: Shot to death by his mother (Marjorie Rambeau) after she realizes that Steve has no remorse over his tabloid stories' contribution to Richard Eyer's death.
  • The Deadly Companions (1961) [Billy Keplinger]: Shot in the back by Chill Wills as he is about to draw on Brian Keith. (Thanks to Brian)

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