Flesh & Blood: Two Hammer Horrors of the ‘70s

DR. JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE

Directed by Roy Ward Baker

UK, 1972, 1h 37min, DCP

Flesh & Blood: Two Hammer Horrors of the ‘70s

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“One of the most ingenious adaptations of a classic horror tale”
Starburst Magazine

“Surprisingly spicy”
Blue Print Review

During the early ’70s, as censorship began to slacken on movie screens around the world, Hammer Films, the leading purveyor of gothic horror films, began to add copious quantities of sex and violence to their productions. This one, which pretty much states its intent in its title, is a very wild entry in the cycle, in which the debauched nobleman Henry Jekyll (Ralph Bates) transmogrifies into the libertine Sister Hyde (Martine Beswick).

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