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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde


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The first in a Saturday Matinée doublebill.beginningthree programmes based on Robert Louis
Stevenson's classic tale of split personality, is the horror film starring Spencer Tracy , Ingrid Bergman
Undaunted by criticism of his scientific theories, Dr Harry Jekyll continues with his experiments - with terrifying results.
Director Victor Fleming (1941)
Black and white ♦ See Films: pages 57-64


Unknown: Robert Louis
Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Unknown: Ingrid Bergman
Unknown: Dr Harry Jekyll
Director: Victor Fleming
Dr Harry Jekyll: Spencer Tracy
Mr Hyde: Spencer Tracy
Ivy Peterson: Ingrid Bergman
Beatrix Emery: Lana Turner
Sir Charles Emery: Donald Crisp
Dr John Lanyon: Ian Hunter
Sam Higgins: Barton MacLane
Bishop: C Aubrey Smith

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