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After a hiatus much longer than any of us intended, Lyz Kingsley of And You Call Yourself A Scientist! once again joins forces with Zack Handlen of The Duck Speaks and Chad Denton of The Good, The Bad, The Ugly for another round of That Was Then, This Is Now. In what shows every sign of being the first part of a three part epic, we examine the four surviving silent versions of the seminal science fiction story, Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde.

Lyz reviews Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (1912), starring James Cruze, and Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (1913), starring King Baggot; Zack reviews Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (1920), starring John Barrymore; and Chad reviews Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (1920), starring Sheldon Lewis.

And afterwards, the three of us get together over a refreshing bubbling potion and debate the pros and cons of these four films.



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