A dead wallaby's innards are removed and eaten by Tasmanian devils. A Tasmanian tiger is shot and cremated. There are several shots of other dead animals as well.
A cat is fed part of a sandwich believed to contain poison but is not hurt because the poison was fake.
The Inbetweeners 2
A dolphin is fed food meant for humans and dies. A couple of obviously fake koalas are punched and kicked during a fantasy sequence. A dog licks a man's testicles but is otherwise unharmed.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
As part of a magic trick, a man appears to crush a puppy and it disappears. It is revealed that the puppy was not crushed, but hidden inside another man's pants and it is removed unharmed. A rabbit is given to a hungry child who pulls out a knife, implying that the rabbit might be eaten (but we don't see that). We are told that a live dove had been partially deboned for a trick - it flies into a window and flaps around like it is hurt.
The Incredible Hulk
A dog is shot with a tranquilizer gun. It's assumed he recovers but he is not seen again.
The Incredible Shrinking Man
Butch the cat has a prominent role in the film. Though he is swiped at with a very tiny knife and a lamp is knocked down near him, he doesn't come to any harm. A spider and a bird also appear; the spider is stabbed with a pin and killed.
The puppy survives unharmed. A tiger that is about to kill one of the main characters is hit with a flying projectile and dies.
A dead dog is seen when it falls out of a trash can and the death of another dog is described. A dog is hurt (but not killed) when it tries to attack a boy.
The Jackie Robinson Story
A black cat is used to taunt Jackie during a baseball game. Jackie rescues the cat and cares for it.
A dead snapping turtle appears as a dot in a photograph. Aside from the dot, the turtle is only mentioned and never really seen dead or alive so we aren't counting it as a death.
The Kids Are All Right
A kid tries to pee on a dog but another kid smacks the dog (not harming it) so that it runs away and avoids getting peed on.
The Last Emperor
A pet mouse is flung against a wall, smashing it to death (this refers to the extended edition of the film; in the original edition, the mouse is thrown but it is not seen hitting the wall).
The Lion King
Animated. The characters in this movie are sentient/anthropomorphic, but look like their real life counterparts. The lion Mufasa, Simba's dad, dies by falling off a cliff. The lion Scar, who is the villain, gets eaten by the hyenas in the end (off-screen). Several NON-anthropomorphic bugs are eaten, sometimes visibly chewed or have something bitten off. A severed leg of a zebra is eaten (looks a bit like ham), we never see the zebra it belonged to. Animal bones are seen. Some fighting and almost-eating.