Dorothy Stickney before her off-screen death in 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Conversation over a Corpse'
Dorothy Stickney (1896 - 1998)
Mrs. Howard Lindsay
(playwright) (widowed)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Conversation over a Corpse (1956) [Cissie Enright]: Accidentally poisoned (off-screen) when she absent-mindedly drinks her own poisoned liquor to steady her nerves while waiting for the police. (Her death was not part of the actual story, which ends with her still alive, but was described by Alfred Hitchcock in his closing monologue.)

I Never Sang for My Father (1970) [Margaret Garrison]: Dies of a heart attack.
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