Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

By Rouben Mamoulian

  • Genre: Rouben Mamoulian
  • Release Date: 1932-01-02
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 35min
  • Director: Rouben Mamoulian
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 2.99

Description

Screen adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel about a scientist who unleashes his own split personality - torn between good and evil.

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Reviews

  • An Oldie but Very Goody

    5
    By Head Maroon
    Without a doubt, this version of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel is the most interesting and entertaining. Frederic March performs masterfully as Jeckyll and Hyde. His Hyde is the most evil and frightening. I especially enjoyed this film.
  • Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

    5
    By Ricky C74
    This movie is a classic and it's part of the best horror movies. It is in 101 Horror Movies You Must See Before You Die.
  • Great movie!

    5
    By rob_wright
    I wish they still made movies this good! The plot doesn't follow the RLS novel accurately, but the movie is well done nonetheless. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes older movies.
  • One of the best Universal Monster- wait! It's a paramount monster?

    5
    By LaughingGodzilla
    Wow! To tell the truth, this movie was so good that I at times thought this was a Universal Monster movie. Check it out. Oh and apple, can you please upload Frankenstein meets the Wolfman. I know it has its share of mistakes, but hey! Who doesn't like monster crossovers?
  • The Best

    5
    By Captain jack 2
    This is, without a doubt, the best film version of J & H. Hyde's make-up origanally struck me as too over-the-top, even laughable, but the unrelenting sadism of this character, as portrayed by F. March, quickly dispells any humor one might find. A gem.
  • a classic story

    5
    By greekhurricane
    i agree that the inner battle between good and evil is not shown in movies enough
  • clever

    5
    By el pistachio
    i love how they did the "mirror" in the preview! X)

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