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The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll ()


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Dr. Henry Jekyll experiments with scientific means of revealing the hidden, dark side of man and releases a murderer from within himself.

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Paul Massie ...
Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde
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Kitty Jekyll
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Paul Allen
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Dr. Ernst Litauer
Norma Marla ...
Maria
Francis De Wolff ...
Inspector
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Jenny
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maria Antippas ...
Gypsy Girl (uncredited)
Frank Atkinson ...
Groom (uncredited)
Archie Baker ...
Singer (uncredited)
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Young Blood (uncredited)
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Renfrew (uncredited)
Ralph Broadbent ...
Singer (uncredited)
Alan Browning ...
Young Blood (uncredited)
Rodney Burke ...
Young Blood (uncredited)
Percy Cartwright ...
Coroner (uncredited)
Denis Cleary ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Bandana Das Gupta ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
J. Trevor Davies ...
Officer (uncredited)
Roy Denton ...
Business Man (uncredited)
Pauline Dukes ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Clifford Earl ...
Young Blood (uncredited)
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Jane, deafmute child (uncredited)
Felix Felton ...
First Gambler (uncredited)
Kenneth Firth ...
Business Man (uncredited)
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Nanny (uncredited)
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Heverton - Second Gambler (uncredited)
Hazel Graeme ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Lucy Griffiths ...
Tavern Woman (uncredited)
Carole Haynes ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Prudence Hyman ...
Tavern Woman (uncredited)
Doreen Ismail ...
Second Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Anthony Jacobs ...
Third Gambler (uncredited)
Josephine Jay ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
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Clubman (uncredited)
Roberta Kirkwood ...
Second Brass (uncredited)
Jean Long ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Arthur Lovegrove ...
Cabby (uncredited)
George McGrath ...
Business Man (uncredited)
Alex Miller ...
Singer (uncredited)
Magda Miller ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
John Moore ...
Officer (uncredited)
Anthony Pendrell ...
Cabinet Minister (uncredited)
Dido Plumb ...
Drunk (uncredited)
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Tough (uncredited)
Laurence Richardson ...
Singer (uncredited)
Marilyn Ridge ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
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Boxer (uncredited)
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Corinthian (uncredited)
Gundel Sargent ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Patricia Sayers ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Shirli Scott-James ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
Moyna Sharwin ...
Sphinx Girl (uncredited)
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Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Pauline Shepherd ...
Mary, the young prostitute (uncredited)
Fred Stone ...
Cabinet Minister (uncredited)
Donald Tandy ...
Rogers - Plainclothesman (uncredited)
Joan Tyrrell ...
The Major Domo (uncredited)
Mackenzie Ward ...
Business Man (uncredited)
Joyce Wren ...
Nurse (uncredited)

Directed by

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Terence Fisher

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Wolf Mankowitz ... (screenplay)
 
Robert Louis Stevenson ... (novel "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde") (uncredited)

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Michael Carreras ... producer
Anthony Nelson Keys ... associate producer (as Anthony Nelson-Keys)

Music by

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David Heneker
Monty Norman

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Jack Asher ... director of photography

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Eric Boyd-Perkins

Editorial Department

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James Needs ... supervising editor

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Bernard Robinson

Art Direction by

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Don Mingaye

Costume Design by

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Mayo

Makeup Department

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Roy Ashton ... makeup artist
Ivy Emmerton ... hairdresser

Production Management

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Clifford Parkes ... production manager

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John Peverall ... assistant director
Hugh Harlow ... second assistant director (uncredited)

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Archie Ludski ... sound editor
Jock May ... sound recordist

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Len Harris ... camera operator
Tom Edwards ... still photographer (uncredited)

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Molly Arbuthnot ... wardrobe mistress

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David Heneker ... songs composed by
John Hollingsworth ... musical supervisor
Monty Norman ... songs composed by

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Tilly Day ... continuity
Julie Mendez ... dance director
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Dr. Henry Jekyll is a dull, bookish scientist who spends more time with his lab animals testing theories of alternate personalities than with his beautiful, young wife. Kitty Jekyll has given up trying to find any passion in her distant, preoccupied husband and is involved in an affair with one of Jekyll's old 'friends,' Paul Allen, a weak slacker and wastrel who relies on Jekyll to pay his numerous gambling debts. After experimenting on himself, the bearded, tweedy Jekyll transforms himself into the young, dynamic, and self-confidant Edward Hyde. In his new character he befriends Allen, who has no idea that this clean-cut, handsome playboy prone to outbursts of violence is really Jekyll. As Hyde, he encourages Allen to introduce him to the dark underbelly of London's night life including opium dens and sex clubs, where he begins an affair with the sensual courtesan Maria, an exotic dancer and snake charmer. When he tries to seduce Allen's mistress, in reality his own wife, he is frustrated to find she prefers her decadent lover to him. Written by duke 1029@aol.com

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Taglines Sometimes, Terror Has A Handsome Face. See more »
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Also Known As
  • House of Fright (United States)
  • Jekyll's Inferno (United States)
  • Les deux visages du Dr Jekyll (France)
  • Las dos caras del Dr. Jekyll (Spain)
  • Dva lica dr Džekila (Serbia)
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  • 88 min
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Budget GBP146,417 (estimated)

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Trivia Sir Christopher Lee's role was written especially for him, and remains one of his personal favorites. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1996). See more »
Quotes Dr. Henry Jekyll: [to Litauer] This moral quibbling is useless. Man as he is comprises two beings: one of whom I call man as he could be. In his perfection this inner man is beyond good and evil.
Dr. Ernst Littauer: And the other man?
Dr. Henry Jekyll: He too is beyond good and evil - man as he would be... free of all the restictions society imposes on us... subject only to his own will.
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