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Henry Jekyll was always the outsider, a bungling and awkward buffoon, relegated to waiting for his invitation to participate in life that never arrived: until he discovers a medical formula developed by a dead uncle, which claimed to turn 'a man of timid disposition into a bold, fearless dragon'. Taking a draught of the elixir Henry is transformed into suave, sophisticated and highly desirable Teddy Hyde. Armed with his new persona, Teddy is ready to face the world; but is Henry ready for the consequences?

  1. Lance Comfort

    Director

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  1. Bernard Bresslaw

    Bernard Bresslaw

    Henry Jekyll / Teddy Hyde

  2. Jon Pertwee

    Jon Pertwee

    Victor Jekyll

  3. Reginald Beckwith

    Reginald Beckwith

    Reginald

  4. Maudie Edwards

    Henrietta Jekyll

  5. Jean Muir

    Jean Muir

    Snout

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  • January 1, 1959
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 24m

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