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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A Brilliant American Version of Robert Louis Stevenson's Great Morality Masterpiece
Did You Know?
Noted collector of silent movies Paul Killiam produced a truncated version with commentary of about fifteen minutes long, but it does not appear to be part of his many compendium television series. See more