Dr Jekyll & Sister Hyde

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Overview

In foggy London Dr Jekyll experiments on newly deceased women determined to discover an elixir for immortal life. Success enables his spectacular transformation into the beautiful but psychotic Sister Hyde who stalks the dark alleys of Whitechapel for young, innocent, female victims, ensuring continuation of the bloodstained research. With each transformation Sister Hyde becomes the more dominant personality, determined to eventually suppress the frail, ineffectual Dr Jekyll forever.

  1. Brian Clemens

    Screenplay

  2. Roy Ward Baker

    Director

  3. Robert Louis Stevenson

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ralph Bates

    Ralph Bates

    Dr. Jekyll

  2. Martine Beswick

    Martine Beswick

    Sister Hyde

  3. GS

    Gerald Sim

    Professor Robertson

  4. Lewis Fiander

    Lewis Fiander

    Howard

  5. SB

    Susan Brodrick

    Susan

  6. DA

    Dorothy Alison

    Mrs. Spencer

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Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 37m

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  • March 31, 1972
    PG, Theatrical

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A review by John Chard

8.0
By John Chard

Hammer’s Gender Bending of the Robert Louis Stevenson Story Is Deliciously Entertaining.

Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde is directed by Roy Ward Baker and written by Brian Clemens. It stars Ralph Bates, Martine Beswick, Gerald Sim, Lewis Fiander, Susan Brodrick and Dorothy Alison. Music is by David Whitaker and cinematography by Norman Warwick.

Dr. Henry Shekel (Bates) is working on an elixir that he hopes will be the answer to longevity of life. The answer he believes is to be found in female hormones taken from cadavers sent his way by Burke and Hare. Unfortunately, when the doctor resorts... read the rest.

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