Christopher Lee stars in the Amicus production of "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" where the names have been changed to Dr. Marlowe and Mr. Blake. Lee as Dr. Marlowe experiments with intravenous drugs that are supposed to release inner inhibitions. So comes forth Mr. Blake (also Lee) who gets more monstrous with each transformation (physically as well as personality). Peter Cushing plays his friend and colleague, Dr. Utterson. Written by
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Due to the once famous plot twist from the original novel being well known, both the title and the dual role's names were changed to preserve the surprise. See more
At c. 53 minutes Utterson says he would recognise the exact details of the ornate head of Blake's cane. However he has only seen this cane for a fraction of a second, at night-time, when it was used to assault him earlier in the film. See more
Dr. Charles Marlowe
The face of evil is ugly to look upon. And as the pleasures increase, the face becomes uglier.
Version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Eine Kleine Nachtsmusik
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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