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Thomas Huxley (Character)
from Creation (2009/I)

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Thomas Henry Huxley


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  1. "Darwin's Brave New World"
        - Publish and Be Damned (2009) TV episode, Played by Rick Jon Egan
        - Evolutions (2009) TV episode, Played by Rick Jon Egan
        - Origins (2009) TV episode, Played by Rick Jon Egan
  2. Creation (2009/I) Played by Toby Jones

  3. "The Voyage of Charles Darwin" Played by Joseph Blatchley
        - In the Distant Future, Light Will Be Thrown Upon the Origin of Man, and His History (1978) TV episode, Played by Joseph Blatchley
  4. The Darwin Adventure (1972) Played by Philip Brack
  5. "Horizon"
        - Darwin's Bulldog (1971) TV episode, Played by Anthony Bate (as Thomas Henry Huxley)

  6. Parliament of Science (1954) (TV) Played by Geoffrey Keen (as Thomas Henry Huxley)

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From Creation (2009/I)
Thomas Huxley: Mr Darwin, sir? Either you are being disingenuous or you do not fully understand your own theory. Evidently, what is true of the barnacle is true of all creatures, even humans. The Almighty can no longer claim to have authored every species in under a week. You've killed God, sir! You've killed God! See more »

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