History Literature / TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde

25th Feb '17 11:14:47 PM Kooshmeister
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* Stephen Weeks's version, ''I, Monster'', produced by Creator/AmicusProductions, keeps to the original plot but changes the names of Jekyll and Hyde in an attempt to keep the twist.

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* Stephen Weeks's version, ''I, Monster'', ''Film/IMonster'', produced by Creator/AmicusProductions, keeps to the original plot but changes the names of Jekyll and Hyde in an attempt to keep the twist.
24th Feb '17 5:59:10 PM XenXero
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* Jekyll + Hyde. A direct-to-video version starring Bryan Fisher in 2006. This was a very loose adaptation that used the narrative as a metaphor for drug abuse.

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* Jekyll ''Jekyll + Hyde.Hyde''. A direct-to-video version starring Bryan Fisher in 2006. This was a very loose adaptation that used the narrative as a metaphor for drug abuse.
24th Feb '17 5:58:55 PM XenXero
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* A direct-to-video version starring Bryan Fisher in 2006. This was a very loose adaptation that used the narrative as a metaphor for drug abuse.

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* Jekyll + Hyde. A direct-to-video version starring Bryan Fisher in 2006. This was a very loose adaptation that used the narrative as a metaphor for drug abuse.
24th Feb '17 5:58:22 PM XenXero
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* A direct-to-video version starring Tony Todd in 2009. Unlike most adaptations, it tried to remain close to the novel by giving the impression that Jekyll and Hyde were two different people until about two-thirds of the way into the movie.

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* A direct-to-video version starring Tony Todd in 2009.2006. Unlike most adaptations, it tried to remain close to the novel by giving the impression that Jekyll and Hyde were two different people until about two-thirds of the way into the movie. It somewhat deviates from novel upon the reveal that Mr. Hyde is a mutant gorilla-monster created by nanomachines.
* A direct-to-video version starring Bryan Fisher in 2006. This was a very loose adaptation that used the narrative as a metaphor for drug abuse.
21st Feb '17 5:20:16 PM Kooshmeister
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7th Feb '17 7:58:42 PM RaustBD
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the book Jekyll took the potion to indulge in his vices and evade responsibility and consequences for his actions, giving him freedom to do whatever he pleased. Most adaptations have Jekyll as a humanitarian scientist who wanted to separate good from evil to eliminate wrong from the world, or a fundamentally good man who just wouldn't take no for an answer--albeit he still enjoys the freedom Hyde's form provides at first.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the book Jekyll took the potion to indulge in his vices and evade responsibility and consequences for his actions, giving him freedom to do whatever he pleased. Most adaptations adaptations, however, have Jekyll as a humanitarian scientist who wanted to separate good from evil to eliminate wrong from the world, or a fundamentally good man who just wouldn't take no for an answer--albeit he still enjoys the freedom Hyde's form provides at first.
29th Jan '17 7:31:32 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* TheReveal: The reason Dr. Jekyll was helping Mr. Hyde is that they are the same person- Jekyll transformed into Hyde by means of a potion he created to separate a man's good and evil sides. [[ItWasHisSled It's well known by now]].
17th Dec '16 8:09:46 PM lalalei2001
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* RedundantParody: That infamous IncrediblyLamePun about playing "Mr. Hyde and Mr. Seek" or "Mr. Hyde-And-Seek" is in fact made in the original book.
-->'''Utterson''': If he be Mr. Hyde, I shall be Mr. Seek.
17th Dec '16 1:16:53 PM lalalei2001
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The book can be read online for free [[http://www.gutenberg.org/files/43/43-h/43-h.htm here]].


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11th Dec '16 6:46:51 PM PaulA
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* ChromosomeCasting: The only female characters are several of Hyde's victims mentioned in passing, as well as Hyde's landlady and Jekyll's cook.

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* ChromosomeCasting: The only female characters are several of Hyde's victims mentioned in passing, as well as a maid who witnesses Hyde's first murder, Hyde's landlady and Jekyll's cook.cook. None are given names.
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