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If you look at Hollywood actors that dies a lot in movies, Sean Bean must be up there with one of the highest death counts going! If you see a movie or TV series with him in, more than likely he’ll be dead before the credits begin to roll!
Our favourite video editing maestro, Harry Hanrahan (who’s previous work you can catch here) has been at it again and has compiled a rather gory collection of scenes in which we get to see Mr. Bean (not that one) die over and over again.
I’ve placed the list of movies in which you get to see here below courtesy of Pajiba who hosted the video in the first place.
Please note, this video is rather gory in places.
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00:07 – Don’t Say a Word (2001)
00:24 – Equilibrium (2002)
00:33 – Outlaw (2007)
00:39 – Airborne (1998)
00:43 – Red Riding: In the Year of Our Lord 1974 »
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Swinton attended two independent schools, the West Heath Girls’ School (the same class as Diana, Princess of Wales), and also Fettes College for a brief period. In 1983, she graduated from New Hall (now known as Murray Edwards College) at Cambridge with a degree in Social and Political Sciences. While at Cambridge she joined the Communist Party of Great Britain. She »
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2 items from 2011
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