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Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde

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  • Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde
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    Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971)
    Directed by
    Roy Ward Baker
    Writing credits
    Brian Clemens
    Robert Louis Stevenson (story)
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    Genre: Horror (more)
    Tagline: The sexual transformation of a man into a woman will actually take place before your very eyes! (more)
    Plot Summary: Dr. Henry Jekyll, in attempting to find a toxin that will wipe out all common diseases, accidentally... (more) (view trailer)
    User Comments: Interesting variation of Stevenson's story (more)
    User Rating: 6.1/10 (228 votes)
    Cast overview, first billed only:
    Ralph Bates .... Dr. Jekyll
    Martine Beswick .... Sister Hyde
    Gerald Sim .... Professor Robertson
    Lewis Fiander .... Howard
    Susan Broderick .... Susan
    Dorothy Alison .... Mrs. Spencer
    Ivor Dean .... Burke
    Philip Madoc .... Byker
    Irene Bradshaw .... Yvonne
    Neil Wilson .... Older Policeman
    Paul Whitsun-Jones .... Sergeant Danvers
    Tony Calvin .... Hare
    Dan Meaden .... Town Crier
    Virginia Wetherell .... Betsy
    Geoffrey Kenion .... 1st Policeman
    Also Known As:
    Dr. Jekyll & Sister Hyde (UK) (alternative spelling)
  • Author: Brian Clemens
  • Director: Roy Ward Baker
  • Producer: E.M.I Film Productions Limited
  • Year: 1971
  • Country: US
  • 93 minutes
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A sensual twist on Robert Louis Stevenson's terror classic. In foggy Victorian London, Dr. Jekyll experiments with an elixir of life which transforms him into the beautiful, but murderous, Sister Hyde. His lethal, sultry twin must stalk Whitechapel for victims to continue his blood-stained research.

In time, it becomes a battle between the two to decide the final ownership of the body that they share.

Qvamp says:

An amusing and quite queer take on the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde story, which associates the more sinister transformation of the original story with gender-bending. If you're a fan of classic horror, I recommend it; if not, you'll probably not enjoy it a lot.

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