Brigitte Bardot in 'Love Is My Profession'
Brigitte Bardot (1934 - )
Ex-Mrs. Roger Vadim
Sister of Mijanou Bardot
The Night Heaven Fell (Les Bijoutiers du claire de lune) (1957) [Ursula]: Shot in the back by a policeman as she runs to warn Stephen Boyd. She dies shortly afterwards while leaning against a wall and talking to Stephen.

Love Is My Profession
(En cas de malheur; In Case of Adversity) (1958) [Yvette Maudet]: Throat reportedly slashed by her lover. (I haven't seen this movie (which remains unavailable on US video), but I have seen stills of Brigitte's body lying in bed.) (Nudity alert: Topless)

The Truth (La Verite) (1960) [Dominique Marceau]: Reportedly commits suicide by slitting her wrists. (Thanks to Asting)

Amours celebres (Famous Love Affairs) (1961) [Agnes Bernauer]: Reportedly executed for witchcraft by beind drowned in a lake. (Thanks to Alan)

A Very Private Affair (Vie privee) (1961) [Jill]: Reportedly accidentally falls to her death. (Thanks to Neceros)

Contempt (Le mepris) (1963) [Camille Javal]: Killed in a car crash (off-screen), along with Jack Palance. Their bodies are shown in the wreckage afterwards.

Don Juan, or: If Don Juan Were a Woman (Don Juan ou Si Don Juan etait une femme...; Ms. Don Juan) (1973) [Jeanne]: Reportedly buried alive by Maurice Ronet. (Thanks to Alan)
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