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Dr. Knox (Character)
from Burke and Hare (2010)

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Burke and Hare -- A black comedy about two 19th century grave robbers who find a lucrative business providing cadavers for an Edinburgh medical school.
Burke and Hare -- A black comedy about two 19th century grave robbers who find a lucrative business providing cadavers for an Edinburgh medical school.

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Alternate Names:
Doctor Robert Knox / Dr. Robert Knox

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  1. Burke and Hare (2010) Played by Tom Wilkinson (as Doctor Robert Knox)

  2. The Anatomist by James Bridie (1980) (TV) Played by Patrick Stewart

  3. Burke & Hare (1972) Played by Harry Andrews
    ... aka "The Bodysnatchers" - USA (alternative title)

  4. The Flesh and the Fiends (1960) Played by Peter Cushing (as Dr. Robert Knox)
    ... aka "Mania" - USA

  5. "ITV Play of the Week"
        - The Anatomist (1956) TV episode, Played by Alastair Sim
  6. The Anatomist (1956) (TV) Played by Alastair Sim

  7. The Anatomist (1949) (TV) Played by Alastair Sim

  8. The Anatomist (1939) (TV) Played by Andrew Cruickshank

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From Burke & Hare (1972)
[telling an anecdote over dinner with Dr Selby]
Dr. Knox: He was a great barrel-chest of a man - heart like a steam engine, lungs like a pair of bellows. "Slip your trews down, man," I say. So he lets his trews fall down round his feet. "And your under-drawers," I say. "How can I examine you with your drawers on?" "I'd rather not," he says...
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