Janet Agren in 'City of the Living Dead'
Janet Agren (1949 - )
Ingrid sulla strata (1973) [Ingrid]: Commits suicide, though I don't know the circumstances. (Thanks to Alessio)

The Killer Reserved Nine Seats (L'Assassino ha riservato nove poltrone) (1974) [Kim]: Stabbed in the back by Chris Avram while performing the death scene from Romeo & Juliet on stage; her friends don't realize she's not just acting until Howard Ross goes up to check on her. (Thanks to Johan)

The Uranium Conspiracy (Agenten kennen keine Tranen) (1978) [Helga]: Shot in the head. (Thanks to Miguel)

The Perfect Crime (Indagine su un diletto perfetto) (1979) [Lady Gloria Boyd]: Shot in the head after the killer knocks her unconscious, then places the gun in Janet's hand and uses it to shoot Adolfo Celi, simulating a murder/suicide. (I've received two different tips about this movie, one identifying the killer as Gloria Guida and the other saying it was Leonard Mann.) (Thanks to Alessio and Andrea)

City of the Living Dead (Paura nella citta dei morti viventi; The Gates of Hell) (1980) [Sandra]: Scalp ripped off by the zombie Antonella Interlenghi. She later returns as a zombie herself, and dies once again when Carlo De Mejo stabs her in the stomach with an iron spike.

Dagger Eyes (Mystere; Murder Near Perfect) (1983) [Pamela]: Stabbed with a switchblade-cane by Diulio Del Prete. Her body is shown again in the morgue when Carole Bouquet comes to identify her. (Thanks to Johan)

Red Sonja (1985) [Varna]: Shot in the back with an arrow by Sandahl Bergman's soldiers; she dies in Arnold Schwarzenegger's arms after making her way across a rope bridge. (Thanks to Redeemer and Dreddknight)

Night of the Sharks (La Notte degli squali; Bermuda: Cave of the Sharks) (1987) [Liz Ziegler]: Eaten by a shark while Treat Williams looks on helplessly. (Thanks to Johan)

The Rat Man (Quella villa in fondo al parco) (1988) [Terry]: Killed (off-screen) by the mutant rat-man after it sneaks onto the airplane with her; the movie ends with her screaming over a shot of the plane in flight. (Thanks to Alessio)
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