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101 More Things Removed from the Human Body (2006)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Suteerapan Jitanon ...
Himself (as Suteerapan Jitanon MD)
Rungtiwa Rattanapol ...
Himself - Motorcycle Impalement
Ron Hunt ...
Himself - Drill Accident
Paul Ludlow ...
Himself (as Paul Ludlow MD)
Johnnie Lee ...
Himself - Tree Branch Impalement
Donnie Lee ...
Himself - Johnnie's Brother
Edward Klopp ...
Himself (as Edward Klopp MD)
Harris Sorwood ...
Himself - Facial Tumor
Scott Harrison ...
Himself - Mercy Ship Anastasis
Gary Parker ...
Himself (as Gary Parker MD)
Marty Wingrave ...
Himself - Mercy Ship Anastasis
Denise Leblanc ...
Herself - Fisherman
Mike Marzoni ...
Himself - Fisherman
Victor Tedesco IV ...
Himself (as Victor Tedesco IV MD)
Joann Froberg ...


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WARNING: Not for the squeamish
11 June 2007 | by (California) – See all my reviews

Apparently there was a "101 Things Removed from the Human Body" that I missed if I watched "101 More Things Removed from the Human Body". As morbid and disgusting as this one hour program was, it was equally captivating. If you could sit through "Faces of Death", then you can easily sit through this one.

I watch Discovery and Discovery Health channels all of the time because they have the most interesting programs. I couldn't help but watch this program out of morbid curiosity. I wanted to know the myriad of things that could 1.) go into the human body and 2.) subsequently be removed from the human body. Tree boughs, 3/4" drill bits, pipes, knives, & even maggots. Yes, a woman had a large maggot residing in her scalp. That was probably the single most nauseating item simply because it was still ALIVE. It is all the more entrancing knowing that the only reason Discovery would show 101 things removed from the human body is that all of the patients lived. I guess the show could have showed living and dead victim, but that would have been just a bit too much.

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