Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Synopsis: Based on the story by Robert Louis Stevenson, Dr. Henry Jekyll believes that there are two distinct sides to men - a good and an evil side. He believes that by separating the two man can become liberated. He succeeds in his experiments with chemicals to accomplish this and transforms into Hyde to commit horrendous crimes. When he discontinues use of the drug it is already too late...
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Rouben Mamoulian
Production: Paramount Pictures
  Won 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.7
Rotten Tomatoes:
93%
NOT RATED
Year:
1931
98 min
468 Views


Yes, you can do without them, Mary.

I told you yesterday.

Believe me, I can't do anything for you.

I believe you, sir...

but I can't walk without them, sir.

Yes, you can. Give them to me.

Don't be afraid.

Now walk, Mary. Come on. Come to me.

Yes, sir.

Walk, Mary. Come on.

All right, sir. I can walk, sir.

-Of course you can.

-I can walk, sir!

There, there, Mrs. Lucas.

-lt hurts, doesn't it?

-Yes, sir.

Sometimes a doctor must hurt you a little

to make you well.

Yes, sir.

And if a doctor thinks

a slight operation is necessary...

there's no need to be afraid, is there?

-No, sir.

-I want you to know it's going to cure you.

I believe you, sir.

Jekyll, we haven't much time, you know.

I'm sorry.

I'm afraid I must miss the dinner.

I'll come afterwards for the dancing.

-What's keeping you?

-I must operate on this patient at once.

Why not leave it

to one of the house surgeons?

They're quite competent.

Perhaps, but I prefer to do it myself.

Will you make my excuses

to General Carew and Muriel, please?

As you like.

Lanyon, you make my excuses

to the General...

and I'll make mine to Muriel myself.

All right.

Yes, Miss Muriel.

Will it be almond cakes

with coffee, Hobson?

-I'm sorry, miss. I don't think so.

-But we must have almond cakes.

-Send for them immediately.

-Very good, miss.

-What's this about almond cakes?

-Dr. Jekyll likes them, Father.

You know you'll spoil that fianc of yours.

-I like spoiling him.

-So I observe.

And what about your father?

You're already the most spoiled darling

in the world.

Dr. Lanyon.

Lanyon. Delighted to see you.

Punctual for dinner,

punctual in everything.

How do you do, sir?

-What an astonishing motto.

-How do you do?

-Where's Jekyll?

-He stayed to perform an operation.

-lsn't he coming?

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Samuel Hoffenstein

Samuel "Sam" Hoffenstein (October 8, 1890 - October 6, 1947) was a screenwriter and a musical composer. Born in Russia, he emigrated to the United States and began a career in New York City as a newspaper writer and in the entertainment business. In 1931 he moved to Los Angeles, where he lived for the rest of his life and where he wrote the scripts for over thirty movies. These movies included Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931), The Miracle Man (1932), Phantom of the Opera (1943), The Wizard of Oz (1939), Tales of Manhattan (1942), Flesh and Fantasy (1943), Laura (1944), and Ernst Lubitsch's Cluny Brown (1946). In addition, Hoffenstein, along with Cole Porter and Kenneth Webb, helped compose the musical score for Gay Divorce (1933), the stage musical that became the film The Gay Divorcee (1934). He died in Los Angeles, California. A book of his verse, Pencil in the Air, was published three days after his death to critical acclaim. Another book of his work was published in 1928, titled Poems in Praise of Practically Nothing. The book contained some of his work that had been formerly published in the New York World, the New York Tribune, Vanity Fair, the D. A. C. News, and Snappy Stories. more…

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