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Mr. Edward Hyde (Character)
from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)

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"Jekyll: Episode #1.2" (2007)
Hyde: Is he doing you?
Katherine Reimer: No.
Hyde: [puts on silly voice] Can I?
Katherine Reimer: No.
Hyde: Then what are you for?
Katherine Reimer: I'm your new nanny.
Hyde: Oh, Mary Poppins, I love Mary Poppins! I could eat Mary Poppins!

Hyde: So here's the deal. Here's the 'job'. As long as the lights and cameras are on, you're safe. Lights out - you're dinner. What do you think?
Katherine Reimer: I think you must have quite an appetite.
Hyde: Tee hee hee.

Hyde: [as Hyde] Ever killed anyone, Benjamin?
Benjamin: Not personally. I have people.
Hyde: You're missing out. It's like sex, only there's a winner.

Benjamin: You can control them?
Hyde: They're just lions. Can't you?
Benjamin: Kid seems a little freaked.
Hyde: Yeah, what can you do? Somebody tried to feed him to a lion.
Benjamin: Yeah, sorry about that. Just an experiment.
Hyde: A what?
Benjamin: We wanted to precipitate the change. As we understand it, placing your child in danger, especially the primal kind of danger, the threat of a savage beast would create exactly the right chemical conditions to bring us, well, you.
Hyde: Why should I care if the kid's in danger? Have you seen his nose?
Benjamin: Well, you did just save his life.
Hyde: No! I killed a lion. There's a difference.

Hyde: [sung] She's talking/ She's lying/ She's telling a tale and she's dying... She's laughing/ She's crying/ She turned out the lights and she's dying.

Mr. Hyde: You've heard of "good cop, bad cop"? THIS is the movie!

Mr. Hyde: Who are you?
Katherine Reimer: We were just talking a moment ago.
Mr. Hyde: That wasn't me.

Mr. Hyde: Why did you lie to me?
Katherine Reimer: I'm sorry?
Mr. Hyde: When I asked you why you wanted the job why did you lie to me?
Katherine Reimer: I'm sorry I didn't lie
Mr. Hyde: Rule number one! Don't ever lie to me! I can smell lies! Thing is darling I don't really care why you want the job. Don't care if you have secrets. Don't even mind if you don't answer my questions. Don't answer many questions myself. But don't ever lie to me.

Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical (2001) (TV)
[Dr. Jekyll is fighting his internal demon, Edward Hyde]
Jekyll: All that you are is a face in the mirror. I close my eyes and you disappear.
Hyde: I'm what you face when you face in the mirror. Long as you live I will still be here.

Lucy: For a moment I thought it was somebody else.
Hyde: A moment it almost was.

Hyde: ...And I'll live inside you forever...
Jekyll: No!
Hyde: With Satan himself by my side...
Jekyll: No!
Hyde: And I know, that for now and forever, they'll never be able to separate Jekyll from Hyde!

Lord Theodore Savage: Now I don't know what you've heard Danvers... but I did everything i could to save the others...
Hyde: Now that's a matter between you and God Teddy. Have a safe journey, goodnight.
Lord Theodore Savage: Good night.
[Danvers leaves and Hyde appears on the platform]
Hyde: Bad news from god Teddy!
[kills him]

Jekyll: All that you are is the end of a nightmare. All that you are is a dying scream. After tonight, I shall end this demon dream.
Hyde: This is not a dream, my friend, and it will never end. This one is the nightmare that goes on. Hyde is here to stay, no matter what you may pretend, and he'll flourish long after you're gone.

Jekyll: God damn you Hyde! Take all your evil deeds and rot in hell!
Hyde: I'll see you there Jekyll.

Hyde: Ah your grace. It warms the heart to know that romance still blossoms even in the sewers of London. What a pretty pair. The Romeo of the cloth, and the Juliet of the gutter. But perhaps Juliet is a trifle young for such a disgusting old Romeo.
Rupert, the 14th Bishop of Basingstoke: How dare you sir! Do you know who I am?
Hyde: Ah your grace, I know exactly who you are. Eminent churchman, philanthropist, friend to those in need. Particularly if of the female gender and years still tender. Who does not know Rupert... fourteenth Bishop of Basingstoke
[strikes him]
Hyde: an obscene, self indulgent, , malevolent and malignant hypocrite!

Van Helsing (2004)
Mr. Hyde: You're a big one. You'll be hard to digest.
Van Helsing: I'd hate to be such a nuisance.

Van Helsing: Dr. Jekyll, you're wanted by the Knights of the Holy Order...
Mr. Hyde: It's Mr. Hyde, now!
Van Helsing: for the murder of twelve men, six women, four...
Mr. Hyde: [laughing] Four children, three goats, and a rather nasty massacre of poultry!

Mr. Hyde: So, you're the great Van Helsing.
Van Helsing: And you're a deranged psychopath.
Mr. Hyde: We all have our little problems.

Van Helsing: Now, my superiors would like for me to take you alive, so that they might extricate your better half.
Mr. Hyde: [laughing] I'll bet they bloody would.
Van Helsing: Personally, I'd rather just kill you and call it a day. But let's make it your decision, shall we?
Mr. Hyde: [pretends to think] Hmm, do let's.
[attacks him]

Van Helsing: I missed you in London.
Mr. Hyde: No, you bloody did not!
[shows Van Helsing a bullet wound]
Mr. Hyde: You got me good.

Mr. Hyde: [landing on the ceiling next to a knocked out Van Helsing] Aaaah! Paris...
[walks to Van Helsing who is lying on the floor and picks him up with a chuckle. Then he walks to the border of Notre Dame's ceiling]
Mr. Hyde: [laughing] I... I think you will find the view over here to be rather spectacular.

"Jekyll: Episode #1.5" (2007)
Mr. Hyde: I'm so strong that I walk through your world and don't notice a thing. But you... you make me weak. I notice you.
Mr. Hyde: [kneels down to talk to the Eddie and Harry] Boys, am I you father?
[boys shake head]
Mr. Hyde: Look deeper. You know me. Am I your father?

Mr. Hyde: [to guy in lab coat] Hello. The wife's making a bit of a fuss so could you put this in the fridge somewhere
[hands him a tupperware container with Dr. Gilligan's thumb]
Mr. Hyde: . It's for Dr. Gilligan.
Guy in lab coat: [inspects tupperware container] What is it?
Mr. Hyde: He'll recognize it.
Guy in lab coat: Excuse me. Who are you?
Mr. Hyde: Oh that's a point. Better kill you.
[grabs guy in labcoat by the throat, lifts him off the ground and pins him against a wall]
Claire Jackman: What are you doing? You're killing him.
Mr. Hyde: Trust me. I'm a psychopath.
Claire Jackman: Leave him. Don't.
Mr. Hyde: But I've started.
Claire Jackman: You're not going to kill that man. You're not going to kill anyone. From now on, no more killing people. Got it?
Mr. Hyde: All day? Every day? Without killing someone? What kind of life is that?
Claire Jackman: It's called marriage, honey.
Mr. Hyde: Well what are we going to do with him?
Claire Jackman: Tie him up.
Mr. Hyde: That takes ages.
[slams guy against the wall]
Mr. Hyde: There. He'll be out for 20 minutes. No. Sod it, we'll take the full hour.
[slams guy against the wall again]

Claire Jackman: You're a psychopath and I'm not safe!
Mr. Hyde: I'm a psychopath with super powers and you're my girl.

Mr. Hyde: I'm so strong I walk through this funny little world of yours and I don't notice it. It bores me. But you... you, Mrs. Jackman, you make me weak. I notice you.

Mr. Hyde: All day, every day, without killing anyone? What kind of life is that?
Claire Jackman: It's called marriage, honey.

Mary Reilly (1996)
Mr. Edward Hyde: I am sorry. I thought you were planning to stay a while. But perhaps my sense of smell deceives me.

Mr. Edward Hyde: I am the bandit. He is merely the cave in which I shelter.

Mr. Edward Hyde: [to Mary] I always knew you'd be the death of us.

Mary Reilly: Is Evil stronger than Good?
Mr. Edward Hyde: You tell me.

Mr. Edward Hyde: I feel differently with you. Why should that be? You still the rage.
Mary Reilly: Where does it come from, Sir, this rage?
Mr. Edward Hyde: How should I know? It comes in like the tide.

"Jekyll: Episode #1.3" (2007)
Hyde: Maybe if Dr. Jackman was getting any, I wouldn't always wake up with a hard-on.
Claire Jackman: I try. He won't let me anywhere near him.
Hyde: He can't. He's afraid he'll turn into me.
Claire Jackman: Would he?
Hyde: What if he did?
Claire Jackman: [pause] Why would I turn him into you?
Hyde: Oh Mrs. Jackman... you'd turn any man into me.
Claire Jackman: Are you flirting with me?

[first lines]
Hyde: Honey, I'm home.

Hyde: I think his name is Syme, and this is his house.
Claire Jackman: That's right.
Hyde: You're in HIS house?
Claire Jackman: Yes, I'm in his house.
Hyde: [getting angry] In that dress?
Claire Jackman: [scoffs] Peter's a friend, he doesn't think of me that way.
Hyde: [yelling] And what were YOU thinking?
Claire Jackman: Oh, what was *I* thinking? While you were out fucking half of London?
Hyde: I'm not married to you!
Claire Jackman: Then why are you jealous?

Claire Jackman: Husband, I have questions.
Mr. Hyde: I'm not your husband.
Claire Jackman: What, because you've changed? I don't know what you are. I don't know if you're schizoid, or a werewolf, or the first man to discover PMT but honey, yes, you are my husband. So
Claire Jackman: What the hell do you mean you haven't fucked anything in days?
Mr. Hyde: [laughs] You're not serious?
Claire Jackman: Look at my face.
Mr. Hyde: I'm not your husband.
Claire Jackman: You're Tom Jackman.
Mr. Hyde: No. We just share a dick.
Claire Jackman: Yeah. And it's mine.

Hyde: Are you threatening my family?
Benjamin: [into phone] Hello, it's me, Benjamin. The word is "go."
Hyde: I said, are you threatening my family?
Benjamin: [into phone] Excuse me for a moment.
[to Hyde]
Benjamin: Yeah. I am explicitly, and directly, and emphatically threatening the lives of Doctor Jackman's family.
Hyde: [grins] That's all I wanted to know.
[Cuts Benjamin's throat. Soothingly:]
Hyde: There now, Benjamin. It'll be over in a moment. It's all right. Hush now. Count backwards from ten.
[He picks up Benjamin's cell phone]
Man on Phone: Mr. Lennox?
Hyde: I'm sorry, Benjamin can't come to the phone right now.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
Mr. Hyde: Perhaps you prefer a gentleman. One of those fine-mannered and honorable gentlemen. Those panting hypocrites who like your legs but talk about your garters.

Mr. Hyde: If you do one thing I don't approve of while I'm gone, the LEAST little thing, mind you... I'll show you what horror means!

Mr. Hyde: [after strangling Ivy] Isn't Hyde a lover after your own heart?

Mr. Hyde: Think before you decide, I tell you! Do you want to be left as you are, or do you want your eyes and your soul to be blasted by a sight that would stagger the devil himself?

Mad Monster Party? (1967)
Mr. Hyde: Hyde. Hyde.
Felix Flanken: Hide? You want me to hide? Well if you want to play games, you must be feeling better. Certainly don't look it. Okay, I'll hide and you try and find me.

Felix Flanken: Take it out of my pay, Mr. Kronkite.
Mr. Kronkite: Pay? What pay? You still have two more months to work for me for nothing before you're even as it is. Now what are you doing in the pharmacy department in the first place? Need I remind you that this is a drug store? There are people waiting at the lunch counter, someone is browsing though the paperback books, we still have a rack of these Veeblefetzers to unload and you're wasting your time in the pharmacy department. What am I not paying you for, Felix?

Felix Flanken: I'm invited to an island in the Caribbean to take part in a scientific first. A new discovery.
Mr. Kronkite: You? A mental last to a scientific first?

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2003) (TV)
Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde: I'm *not* Dr Jekyll. I'm Mr Hyde.

Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde: It was Hyde. Not me. Hyde. It wasn't me doing those things. It was Hyde.

Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde: [Mr Hyde saying to his other side, Dr. Jekyll] I live in your soul, like a cage barred.
Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde: But sometimes, the door is open, and i fly out to greet you.

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Mr. Hyde: [approaching with his foot stuck in a pumpkin] I tromped through the pumpkin patch.

Jack Skellington: We pick up an oversized sock, and hang it like this on the wall...
Mr. Hyde: Oh, yes! Does it still have a foot?
Smaller Mr. Hyde: Let me see, let me look.
Smallest Mr. Hyde: Is it rotted and covered with gook?

The Pagemaster (1994)
Fantasy: Dr. Jekyll? Dr. J?
Mr. Hyde: My name... is MR HYDE!

"The Ghost Busters: Jekyll & Hyde: Together, for the First Time! (#1.11)" (1975)
Mr. Hyde: This should get some action!
Dr. Jekyll: What are you doing?
Mr. Hyde: Well, I'm writing a letter to the animal society. I was down to the museum the other day, and you ought to see how they treat those dinosaurs. They looked like skeletons! Say, how do you spell "scrawny," with a deer or a buffalo?

Van Helsing (2004) (VG)
[first lines]
Hyde: Bonjour monsieur. Welcome to Paris.
Van Helsing: Show yourself, Doctor Jekyll.
Hyde: That memory of yours is getting worse Van Helsing. The name is Hyde, remember?

Scream Park (2012)
Mr. Hyde: What we need is something big. Something novel. Almost like... an accident.

"Jekyll: Episode #1.4" (2007)
Security guard: Morning, Doctor Jackman.
Mr. Hyde: Morning.
Security guard: Mrs. Jackman all right?
Mr. Hyde: Fine.
Security guard: How was your weekend?
Mr. Hyde: Twins.

Jekyll & Hyde (1990) (TV)
Mr. Hyde: I am saving my neck. From the gallows.

The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge (2004) (VG)
Mr. Hyde: I'm not making any more traps!