Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932)
Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde
Dr. John Lanyon
Brig. Gen. Danvers Carew
Briggs - Lanyon's Butler
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Monsters Mash #15 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Brilliant film, with an outstanding Fredric March
“Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a wonderful split personality tale from Robert Louis Stevenson, and out of all the film versions I have seen, this is the most stylish, exciting and somewhat erotic. For one thing the direction is efficient, and the screenplay is intelligent and sophisticated. Also really impressive are the stylish cinematography and the completely convincing make up.But the acting was what really drove it; Fredric March, what can I say? Absolutely outstanding, thoroughly deserving of the Oscar, he was great as the good hearted yet ambitious physician Dr Jekyll especially in the truly touching moment where he breaks down in front of Muriel, but he is even more impressive as the animalistic Mr Hyde with the help of the very impressive single take transformation scenes. Miriam Hopkin” read more
" Fredrick March"
"Robert Louis Stevenson's novella about a doctor who believes everyone has the potential for good and evil in them and, in his experiments, manages to unleash the evil side of himself to an extent that is beyond his control, has been adapted many times but never so successfully as in the underrated Rouben Mamoulian's 1931 take on the classic psychological horror. 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' is perhaps best remembered for Frederic March's astonishing central performance which won him a well-deserved"
"Directed by: Rouben Mamoulian Dr. Jekyll faces horrible consequences when he lets his dark side run wild with a potion that transforms him into the animalistic Mr. Hyde."
"October 12th Directed by: Rouben Mamoulian"
"1931/32! Winner: Fredric March! Nominees: Wallace Beery - The Champ as Andy "Champ" Purcell Alfred Lunt - The Guardsman as The Actor"