dr. jekyll and mr. hyde 1931

Just A Bunch Of Movies That People Should See One Day

Alright so I went way overboard but when I set out to make a list of films people should check out I’m gonna take it a little to seriously.  That being said here’s a shit ton of films that I think everyone should check out if they can. I’m definitely missing a lot but every single one of these is in order by year of release. So here it goes.

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“What with the audibility of the screen and the masterful photography, the new pictorial transcription of Stevenson’s spine-chilling work, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, emerges as a far more tense and shuddering affair than it was as John Barrymore’s silent picture. True, the producers are not a little too zealous in their desire to spread terror among audiences, but while there are pardonable roamings from the original, there is in most instances a good excuse for making the scenes as they are in this current study.” - The New York Times, 1932.