In this third version of the classic Stevenson novel filmed in 1920, Jekyll, dreaming he develops a potion which separates the good and evil sides of his personality, decides upon awaking that the consequences of his experiments are too dangerous and abandons them. Written by
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Did You Know?
A producer named Louis Meyer
produced the film. He has been confused with Louis B. Mayer
of later MGM fame as the two men have like sounding names but different spellings. See more
Version of The Man and the Beast