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Dr. Frederick Treves (Character)
from The Elephant Man (1980)

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Alternate Names:
Frederick Treaves / Frederick Treves

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  1. "Ripper Street"
        - A White World Made Red (2016) TV episode, Played by Paul Ready (as Frederick Treves)
        - Am I Not Monstrous? (2013) TV episode, Played by Paul Ready (as Frederick Treves)
        - Pure as the Driven (2013) TV episode, Played by Paul Ready (as Frederick Treves)

  2. The Elephant Man (1982) (TV) Played by Kevin Conway (as Frederick Treves)
    ... aka "ABC Theatre of the Month: The Elephant Man" - USA (series title)
  3. Steve Martin's Best Show Ever (1981) (TV) Played by Dan Aykroyd
  4. The Elephant Man (1980) Played by Anthony Hopkins (as Frederick Treves)
    ... aka "Elephant Man" - Japan (English title)

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Quotes:
From The Elephant Man (1980)
Dr. Frederick Treves: [Upon seeing Bytes] How did you get up here?
Bytes: I want my man back.
Dr. Frederick Treves: Just a moment, how did you get up...
Bytes: Never mind that. I want my man.
Dr. Frederick Treves: He's still very sick. Now please, come downstairs with me and I will explain the situation.
Bytes: DON'T! Don't. You've had plenty of time to... cure him. And now, he's leaving with me. Do you understand me now Mr. Treves? We made a deal.
Dr. Frederick Treves: You misunderstood. This man has suffered a severe fall if you take my meaning. Now, he's my patient now.
Bytes: Pull the other one, why don't you.
Dr. Frederick Treves: Mr. Bytes I'm sorry, but all you do is profit from another man's misery.
Bytes: [Grabs Treves' lapel] You think you're better than me?
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