Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920 film)
1920 film, directed by John S. Robertson
- Directed by John S. Robertson. Written by Clara Beranger and Thomas Russell Sullivan, based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The world's greatest actor in a tremendous story of man at his best and worst! (taglines)
Sir George CarewEdit
- A man cannot destroy the savage in him by denying its impulses. They only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it.
- My dear Lady Camden, a beautiful woman like you is Paradise for the eyes - - but Hell for the soul!
- Sir George Carew: In devoting yourself to others, Jekyll, aren't you neglecting the development of your own life?
- Dr. Henry Jekyll: Isn't it by serving others that one develops oneself, Sir George?
- Sir George Carew: Which self? A man has two two - as he has two hands. Because I use my right hand, Should I never use my left? [Carew pointedly moves both hands independently, making his point known to the whole table] Your really strong man fears nothing. It is the weak one that is afraid of - - experience.
- The world's greatest actor in a tremendous story of man at his best and worst!
- John Barrymore — Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde
- Brandon Hurst — Sir George Carew
- Martha Mansfield — Millicent Carew
- Charles Willis Lane — Dr. Richard Lanyon
- George Stevens — Poole, Jekyll's butler
- Nita Naldi — Miss Gina, Italian artist
- Cecil Clovelly — Edward Enfield
- J. Malcolm Dunn — John Utterson
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