The two I enjoyed, for different reasons, were the Frederic March version, and the later Spencer Tracy one with Ingrid Bergman. This was more stylish, but the transformation to Jekyll was rather low key. Interestingly both of these versions have now been put onto one DVD.
The film I enjoyed immensely, was the twist on the story, with Ralph Bates for 'Hammer' called 'Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde'.
Christopher Lee's version 'I Monster' was a 'bomb'
What do you think?
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