The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde)
The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) (1960)

This is the film version of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in which Hyde is the handsome, clean-shaven one. Though top-billed Christopher Lee, portraying a caddish playboy, was the beneficiary of… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 24, 1960
DVD Release Date: October 3, 1995
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John Beifuss
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

Jekyll's tragedy in this unique Stevenson revamp is that he doesn't understand that much of humanity already lives a Jekyll-and-Hyde existence -- including his unfaithful bride, who is a 'perfect wife' by day and a 'perfect mistress' by night.

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Fernando F. Croce

Terence Fisher's version of the Stevenson story is actually British bedroom farce, so dry and subtle that reviewers could only complain about the 'lack of horror'

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

The movie pretty much follows the original story, without using its new twist in any interesting ways.

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Bruce Bruce
Dr. Henry Jekyll (Paul Massie) is working on a serum that brings out the animal instincts of man. After testing it on a monkey (who goes berserk), he turns to… More
Michael Gildea
An awesome Hammer movie that relies more on psychological unnerving than gory imagery. While not actually scary, The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll has some pretty… More