Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde

A well-mounted but otherwise disappointing version of the Robert Louis Stevenson classicinferior to Rouben Mamoulian’s 1932 version with Fredric March, but shown much more frequently. This one costars Spencer Tracy and Ingrid Bergman and is more concerned with cruelty than with horror per se; directed by Victor Fleming, with Lana Turner and Donald Crisp (1941). (JR)

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