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Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical (2001)

Unrated | | Horror, Musical | TV Movie 10 March 2001
Musical version of the Robert Louis Stevenson story about a doctor who conducts an experiment on himself that results in his bringing out the dark, murderous side of his inner self, "Mr. Hyde".



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrea Rivette ...
George Merritt ...
Lord Theodore Savage / The Spider
Corinne Melançon ...
Juan Betancur ...
Mentall Patient / Bill (a Docker) / Tough at The Red Rat / Newsboy / Choir Boy
David Chaney ...
Mr. Bisset (an Apothecary) / Old Man / David (a Barrow Boy) / Manservant at Sir Danvers', Maitre d'Hotel, Priest at Wedding
Sheri Cowart ...
Nurse / Alice (a Scullery Maid) / Housemaid / Whore / Bridesmaid
Bill E. Dietrich ...
Right Honourable Sir Archibald Proops / Second Gentleman / Sir Peter / Barrow Boy
Mike (a Clerk) / Groom
Robert Jensen ...
Mr. Simon Stride
Peter Johl ...
Poole (Dr. Jekyll's Manservant) / Doctor / Coachman / Lord G.
Stuart Marland ...
General Lord Glossop / Siegfried (the Pianist) / Policeman


Musical version of the Robert Louis Stevenson story about a doctor who conducts an experiment on himself that results in his bringing out the dark, murderous side of his inner self, "Mr. Hyde".

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Horror | Musical


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Release Date:

10 March 2001 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Džekil i Hajd - Mjuzikl  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Robert Cuccioli, who debuted the role of Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde in the original cast of the show, guest starred on an episode of Baywatch, which starred David Hasslehoff. See more »


In the scene where Jekyll is suppose to be dead, he is clearly seen breathing. See more »


Jekyll: [seeing Utterson has drawn and pointed his swordcane at him. He begs with tears in his face] Do it, John. Do it. Set me free. Set us all free. Just do it, John!
Mr. John Utterson, Esq.: [voice breaking] I cannot.
[Jekyll suddenly grabs the blade, pulling Utterson in and stabbing himself. The crowd gasps and Utterson pulls the blade out]
Jekyll: [turns clutching his mortal wound] Father.
[collapses as Emma runs to his side]
Mr. John Utterson, Esq.: Forgive him!
Emma Alice Margaret Carew: [weeping] Henry!
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Version of Jekyll & Hyde (1995) See more »


The Way Back
Written by Leslie Bricusse and Frank Wildhorn
Performed by David Hasselhoff
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Awesome.... Well almost.
15 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

When I heard of a musical version of jekyll and hyde I laughed. When I saw hasslehoff was going to play the lead I groaned. I am pleased to say In both cases my fears where unfounded.

The music itself is one of the more aggressive, dark scores ever added to a musical. Although this does lead to a lack of shade in the play, the plot does demand a certain menace and therefore the aggression can be excused. I would like to make a special mention in honour of Coleen sexton who play lucy. She may have one of the best voices I have ever heard on stage. It also boasts some of the best acting I have ever seen in the confrontation as jekyll and hyde sing a duet.

So... If it so good... Why only a 6? There is one flaw and it's a big one. Hasslehoff. As hyde he is perfect. He looks great, sounds great, and his acting is perfect.

As Dr Jekyll though it's a different story. He acts brilliantly... However he is not a great singer... He isn't bad... But he just doesn't have the ability to sing the big songs to the standard demanded.

If you can look past that it is worth a watch.

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