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* ''Film/RioLobo'': The local undertaker arrives after Whitey and his companions are shot down, drawn by the gunshots before anyone even calls him.

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* A typical Western undertaker is forced at gunpoint to aid the Santee gang in their attempt at BreakingOutTheBoss at the start of ''Film/MoreDeadThanAlive''.



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* Major William A. Shomo, a [[AcePilot 5th Air Force fighter ace]] gained Congressional Medal of Honor by shooting seven Japanese aircraft down in one single battle in 1945. He was a mortician by his civilian profession, and he named his P-51D Mustang as ''[[MeaningfulName The Flying Undertaker]]''.


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* ''WebAnimation/TheBackwaterGospel'' focuses on a mysterious, silent undertaker who travels from town to town, and is said to never leave until he claims a body. Despite how ominious he is, the undertaker never actually ''does'' anything -- every death that happens in story occurs either because of accidents, or from the townfolks' own paranoia.

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* ''WebAnimation/TheBackwaterGospel'' focuses on a mysterious, silent undertaker who travels from town to town, and is said to never leave until he claims a body. Despite how ominious ominous he is, the undertaker never actually ''does'' anything -- every death that happens in story occurs either because of accidents, or from the townfolks' own paranoia.


* ''Undertaker'' is a comic book series starring Jonas Crow, a wandering, misanthropic undertaker who also happens to be a [[RetiredBadass former Union Army Sharpshooter]]. The series plays with and pays hommage to many of the classic Lucky Luke undertaker tropes, such as the grim humour and pet vulture, while still playing themmore realistically and in a darker atmosphere.

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* ''Undertaker'' is a comic book series starring Jonas Crow, a wandering, misanthropic undertaker who also happens to be a [[RetiredBadass former Union Army Sharpshooter]]. The series plays with and pays hommage to many of the classic Lucky Luke undertaker tropes, such as the grim humour and pet vulture, while still playing themmore them more realistically and in a darker atmosphere.

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* ''Undertaker'' is a comic book series starring Jonas Crow, a wandering, misanthropic undertaker who also happens to be a [[RetiredBadass former Union Army Sharpshooter]]. The series plays with and pays hommage to many of the classic Lucky Luke undertaker tropes, such as the grim humour and pet vulture, while still playing themmore realistically and in a darker atmosphere.


* The Tall Man in Film/Phantasm started out as a mortician during the American Civil War.

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* The Tall Man in Film/Phantasm ''Film/{{Phantasm}}'' started out as a mortician during the American Civil War.



* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' CattlePunk episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E3ATownCalledMercy A Town Called Mercy]]", the town's undertaker is rather helpful, giving a motivational speech to the Doctor after he ends up marshall of the town. But he can't help pulling out the tape measure each time the Doctor turns his back to him.

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' CattlePunk episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E3ATownCalledMercy A Town Called Mercy]]", the town's undertaker is rather helpful, giving a motivational speech to the Doctor after he ends up marshall Marshall of the town. But he can't help pulling out the tape measure each time the Doctor turns his back to him.



* ''WebAnimation/TheBackwaterGospel'' focuses on a mysterious, silent undertaker who travels from town to town, and is said to never leave until he claims a body. Despite how ominious he is, the undertaker never actually ''does'' anything--every death that happens in story occurs either because of accidents, or from the townsfolks own paranoia.

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* ''WebAnimation/TheBackwaterGospel'' focuses on a mysterious, silent undertaker who travels from town to town, and is said to never leave until he claims a body. Despite how ominious he is, the undertaker never actually ''does'' anything--every anything -- every death that happens in story occurs either because of accidents, or from the townsfolks townfolks' own paranoia.

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* The Tall Man in Film/Phantasm started out as a mortician during the American Civil War.


* In "WesternAnimation/NorthwestHoundedPolice", the Wolf jumps off a building in an attempt to escape WesternAnimation/{{Droopy}}. An undertaker jumps after the Wolf, measures him, and then goes back up to his office.

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* In "WesternAnimation/NorthwestHoundedPolice", "Dumb Hounded", the Wolf jumps off a building in an attempt to escape WesternAnimation/{{Droopy}}. An undertaker jumps after the Wolf, measures him, and then goes back up to his office.

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* In the WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} cartoon "Two-Gun Goofy", as outlaw WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} is shooting up the town, the undertaker is clapping for the carnage and making tally marks of the deceased. When Goofy is made sheriff, the undertaker is seen measuring him.
* In "WesternAnimation/NorthwestHoundedPolice", the Wolf jumps off a building in an attempt to escape WesternAnimation/{{Droopy}}. An undertaker jumps after the Wolf, measures him, and then goes back up to his office.

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* ''Film/KnifeForTheLadies'': Orville is the town's undertaker (and barber). He has a very morbid (and mercenary) attitude on life.


* ''The Undertaker'' was a series of paperback westerns about an undertaker-turned-gunslinger.

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* ''The Undertaker'' ''Literature/TheUndertaker'' was a series of paperback westerns about an undertaker-turned-gunslinger.

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