|Nina Foch (1924 - 2008)
Ex-Mrs. James Lipton
|Cry of the Werewolf (Daughter of the Werewolf) (1944) [Princess Celeste/Marie LaTour]: Shot to death by Barton MacLane while she's in her wolf form; she changes back into her human form in death.
Johnny O'Clock (1947) [Harriet Hobson]: Poisoned (off-screen) by Thomas Gomez in her apartment; her body (actually just the back of her head) is shown afterwards when Lee J. Cobb discovers her.
Rebecca (1962) [Mrs. Danvers]: Presumably burned to death in a house fire. (I haven't seen this version, but I have seen Judith Anderson's death in the 1940 version.)
Kraft Suspense Theatre: The End of the World, Baby (1963) [Sarah Middleton]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by taking an overdose of sleeping pills. We last see her crying in bed as the camera zooms in on the pill bottle; her death is confirmed in the following scene of Lou Krugman questioning Katherine Crawford about Nina's death.
Prescription: Murder (Columbo: Prescription Murder) (1968) [Carol Flemming]: Dies in the hospital (off-screen) after being strangled into a coma by Gene Barry.
Jennifer (Jennifer the Snake Goddess) (1978) [Mrs. Calley]: Bitten (off-screen) by a poisonous snake in her office; we only see the snake jump out of her desk when she opens the drawer, then hear her scream over an exterior shot of the school building.