The invincible dude who just won't die
Even in non-superhero action films, characters are often very, very difficult to kill. Usually, such characters are trained, physically fit, and prepared for anything. In reality, it seems like true invincibility comes from being frail, confused, and drunk.
Such was the case with Michael Malloy (third alliterative name in this article, just sayin’), an otherwise anonymous figure who frequented the underground bars of 1930s New York. Seeing that the old man had little family, friends, or operating brain cells, one speakeasy owner, along with two associates, decided to take out a life insurance policy on Malloy, then help him drink himself to death.