Robert louis stevenson movies and filmography allmovie. Hyde is really just as much the story of gabriel john utterson, a lawyer and good friend of dr. Hyde, david warner as sir danvers carew, kellie shirley as mabel mercer, ifan meredith as dr. Studienbegleitendes material zu band i, kapitel 27, sowie band iii, kapitel 10. Jekyll faces horrible consequences when he lets his dark side run wild with a potion that transforms him into the animalistic mr. Hyde movie 1941 spencer tracy, ingrid bergman, lana turner. The production also features donald crisp, ian hunter, barton maclane, c. While in the hyde form he commits all manner of horrible outrages so that the whole city of london rings with the news thereof. In this one, john barrymore plays the humanitarian dr. Jekyll, while in his natural form, that of a cultured, charming young man, is horrorstricken by the brutalities which he commits in the other form.
With fredric march, miriam hopkins, rose hobart, holmes herbert. Jekyll is a rich young man, fond of the study of occult science. Jack palance, denholm elliott, leo genn, torin thatcher, rex sevenoaks, gillie fenwick, elizabeth cole, duncan. Hyde is a 1920 horror silent film, produced by famous playerslasky and released through paramountartcraft. The films writer alexander dinelaris last wrote birdman and entering hades. Hyde here is very close to the simian version suggested in stevensons story, much more so than barrymore or tracys versions. Selig, this was the first ever film adaptation of robert louis stevensons 1886 novel strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde. The film, which stars john barrymore, was a film adaptation of the 1886 novella the strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde by robert louis stevenson. Hyde is a 1912 horror film based on both robert louis stevensons novella strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde 1886 and on the play version 1887 of thomas russell sullivan.
Jekyll, unable to stop himself from transforming into the murderous mr. Hyde takes robert louis stevensons sinister story to chilling new depths as mr. Hyde everyone has had the experience of reading the book and then scrutinizing the movie to notice the directors faults in following the plotline. Jekyll and hyde gets a rousing rendition in this madefortelevision production starring jack palance giving a standout performance in the dual roles of the highminded. Henry jekyll dougray scott, a physician whose mental imbalance leads to murder. Hyde are characters in robert louis stevensons 1886 novella strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde please note. Hyde silent movie, this is eleven minutes long and was released january 16, 1912. Sadly, this is the case with most paperbig screen pairs neither completely parallels with its cohort. The teleplay, for all its adaptation, is one of the most faithful versions of this familiar story.
Find films and movies featuring robert louis stevenson on allmovie. John barrymore, sheldon lewis, james cruze, king baggot, stan laurel, john s. Hyde is a 1908 silent horror film starring hobart bosworth, and betty harte in her film debut. Hyde is a 1912 horror film based on both robert louis stevensons novella strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde 1886 and on the 1887 play version written by thomas russell sullivan. Turner and warners have rebounded from their double album of wax museum movies with an even more prestigious pairing of classic horror, two versions of stevensons the strange case of dr. More importantly, utterson is a victorian gentleman, who is guided by a chivalrylike code to remain loyal to his friends and maintain his status in society.
Hyde 1910 the duality of man 1910 the imp of the bottle 1909. Henry jekyll in this blooddrenched, modern adaptation of the macabre classic. Home movies of the romanov family speed corrected w added sound. In the course of his studies in his laboratory, he discovers a medicine that has the power of completely changing both the mental, moral and physical makeup of a man.
Jekyll and hyde gets a rousing rendition in this madefortelevision production starring jack palance giving a standout performance in the dual roles of the highminded doctor and his uninhibited alter ego. It is about a london lawyer who investigates strange occurrences between his old friend, dr. Jekyll is great and the rest is great as well, the acting is very good something very important, i would love to have dr. Hyde is a 1920 horror silent film, produced by famous playerslasky and released through artcraft. Hyde leaves a grisly trail while terrorizing local college coeds. Hyde is a 1920 horror silent film produced by famous playerslasky and released through paramountartcraft. The film is based upon robert louis stevensons novella the. In this adaptation of the classic novel, a doctors failed experiment divides his soul, causing him to transform into a psychopath. Aug 04, 2014 1968 robert louis stevensons classic tale of messrs. This is almost like a cliff note version of the fulllength fredric march version. Hyde is a 1941 horror film starring spencer tracy, ingrid bergman, and lana turner. Hyde 2008 a compassionate attorney krista bridges helps dr.
Strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde is a novella written by the scottish author robert louis stevenson and first published in 1886. The films director guillermo del toro last directed the shape of water and crimson peak. Hyde, wants his attorney to secure him a speedy trial, a guilty verdict and a quick execution. In 1920, filmgoers were treated to no fewer than two different film versions of robert louis stevensons dr. Hyde is a 1920 horror film directed and written by j. Hyde tv movie 2003 cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Scott isnt perfect but his performances are the best part of the film. Welcome to, and in this installment of mojo notes, well be exploring ten interesting things about robert louis stevensons strange case of dr. Henry jekyll experiments with scientific means of revealing the hidden, dark side of man and releases a murderer from within himself. The two similarities between this version and the john barrymore version are the both commit suicide to prevent mr. With dougray scott, krista bridges, tom skerritt, danette mackay. An exploration into the life of charles dickens after he survived a deadly train crash in 1865, and whether the incident could have possibly turned him into a killer around the time he worked on his final novel, the mystery of edwin drood. Part crime thriller, part psychological horror, the strange case of dr. It remains unclear if any prints of this short film exist.363 67 1543 489 1320 734 1315 82 1012 1187 1221 1653 258 94 194 69 81 649 607 924 1379 574 857 1333 142 1584 1112 1152 486 843 1373 551 562 682 261 574 1310 484 474 552