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Well-Manicured Man (Character)
from The X Files (1998)

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Alternate Names:
The Well-Manicured Man

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  1. The X Files (1998) Played by John Neville (as The Well-Manicured Man)
    ... aka "The X Files: Fight the Future" - South Africa (English title) (cable TV title), USA (working title)
    ... aka "The X-Files" - USA (closing credits title)
    ... aka "X-Files: The Movie" - Japan (English title)
  2. "The X-Files"
    ... aka "The X Files" - Canada (original title)
    ... aka "X-File" - Japan (English title)
        - The End (1998) TV episode, Played by John Neville
        - The Red and the Black (1998) TV episode, Played by John Neville
        - Patient X (1998) TV episode, Played by John Neville
        - Terma (1996) TV episode, Played by John Neville
        - Tunguska (1996) TV episode, Played by John Neville
          (3 more)
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  1. Secrets of the X Files, Part 2 (1996) (TV) Played by John Neville (as The Well-Manicured Man)
    ... aka "More Secrets of the X Files" - USA (alternative title)

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From "The X-Files: The Blessing Way (#3.1)" (1995)
Scully: You're not protecting me, you're protecting yourself.
Well Manicured Man: Why should that surprise you? Motives are rarely unselfish.
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