Jekyll and Hyde


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Jekyll and Hyde

a. a person with two distinct personalities, one good, the other evil
b. (as modifier): a Jekyll-and-Hyde personality
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Jekyll and Hyde are portrayed by Gabriel Utterson, Jekyll's lawyer, and Richard Enfield, his cousin; Utterson and Dr.
The dual role of Jekyll and Hyde made Mansfield famous because of the signature moment of transformation from Jekyll into Hyde represented in this photograph.
Polarised Jekyll and Hyde also appear in more recent adaptations: in a videogame released by NES (Nintendo) in 1989, the opposition is between a diurnal, upright Jekyll and a nocturnal, stooping Hyde, who erupts as a symptom of Jekyll's repressed rage and prevents the good doctor from reaching the chapel where he aims to marry a Miss Millicent: the synthesised organ soundtrack supports these intertextual references to Robertson's silent movie.
Melbourne, Oct 9 (ANI): Oscar winning actor Forest Whitaker and rapper 50 Cent may star together in a modern day version of the classic Jekyll and Hyde.
Funke would refer to him as a Jekyll and Hyde because of his sudden outbursts.
Last November, the makers of Budweiser and other beers began test marketing its Jekyll and Hyde product in four selected U.
One of the guests in the dinner party, Annabel Treece, has made enquiries about Margaret's past and thinks about Margaret during the party, "A female Jekyll and Hyde.
The notion of Prince Charming is fairy-tale fodder to Lisa Martin, a rightfully bitter 29-year-old on the brink of divorce from a real Jekyll and Hyde.
At least once a week, usually more often, a patient in my clinic describes himself to me as a Jekyll and Hyde.
Good heavens, does lighting designer Steven Young earn his paycheck - particularly via a late-act battle for the soul between Jekyll and Hyde conducted by Kevin Bailey (who plays both roles) in a manner that Jim Carrey, a master of on-screen schizophrenic behavior, would applaud.
Paul that can be detected in its delineation, that make Jekyll and Hyde an instructive narrative in the consideration of Christian subjectivity.