Jekyll & Hyde


2h 1990

Brief Synopsis

A television movie adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's parable of humanity's ambiguous moral nature. A sincerely good and humane person, Dr. Henry Jekyll, uses himself as the guinea pig in experiments that free the evil side of his nature, which ultimately takes complete control of his body and h

Film Details

Also Known As
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Jekyll and Hyde
Release Date
1990
Production Company
ABC Entertainment Group; Eastman Kodak; General Screen Enterprises; Hearst Entertainment & Syndication; London Weekend Television Productions; Panavision, Ltd.
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

A television movie adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's parable of humanity's ambiguous moral nature. A sincerely good and humane person, Dr. Henry Jekyll, uses himself as the guinea pig in experiments that free the evil side of his nature, which ultimately takes complete control of his body and his will.

Crew

Gerald Abrams

Executive Producer

William Alexander

Production Designer

Martin Atkinson

Set Decorator

Graham Attwood

Photography

Arthur Beavis

Special Effects

David Beavis

Special Effects

Don Bradburn

Props

Peter Brayham

Stunt Coordinator

Richard Brierley

Other

Lois Burwell

Makeup Artist

John Cameron

Music

John Cameron

Music Arranger

John Cameron

Music Conductor

Patricia Carr

Producer

Patricia Carr

Production Manager

Patricia Carr

Line Producer

Maggie Cartier

Casting Director

Terry Catlin

Driver

Graham Caulfield

Set Decorator

Stuart Conran

Makeup

Michael Crouch

Sound Editor

David Crozier

Sound Recordist

David Crozier

Sound Mixer

Joanna Elferink

Associate Producer

Nick Elliot

Executive Producer

Eithne Fennell

Hair

Chris Fitzgerald

Makeup

John Fletcher

Other

Anne Glanfield

Location Manager

Betty Glasow

Hair Stylist

Geoff Glover

Camera Operator

Vince Goddard

Best Boy

Nicky Gregory

Other

Carolyn Hall

Production Accountant

Shaune Harrison

Makeup

John Hayward

Dubbing Mixer

Bill Hearn

Carpenter

Raymond Hughes

Costume Designer

Dave Keen

Makeup

Linley Kensitt

Production Assistant

Peter Swords King

Makeup

Norman Langley

Director Of Photography

Cheryl Leigh

Script Supervisor

John Leuenberger

Property Master

Peter Lewsey

Driver

Ken Lintott

Makeup

David Lusby

Production

Roz Maxwell

Other

John May

Gaffer

William Mcphail

Assistant

Martin Mercer

Makeup

Simon Moseley

Assistant Director

Peter Mounsey

Other

Anya Noakes

Publicity

John O'callaghan

Electrician

Keith Pain

Art Director

Ken Pattenden

Construction Manager

Steve Payne

Props

Roger Pearce

Camera Operator

Roy Pembroke

Props

Jo Pond

Accounting Assistant

Geoff Portass

Makeup

Zakiya Powell

Unit Publicist

Terry Pritchard

Driver

Roy Puddefoot

Makeup

Ravi Ratnavel

Medic

Larry Richardson

Assistant Editor

Peter Robb-king

Makeup

Stephen Robinson

Office Runner

Len Serpant

Production

Ken Shane

Assistant Director

John Shirley

Editor

Dennis Simmonds

Props

Andrew Sissons

Sound Department

J R Skinner

Other

Jimmy Smith

Dresser

Malcolm Smith

Grip

Robert Louis Stevenson

Source Material (From Novel)

Paul William Stewart

Electrician

Fiona Taylor

Casting Department Secretary

Christopher Tucker

Makeup

Maggie Tyler

Production Coordinator

Paul Vachon

Wardrobe

Brian Weske

Transportation

David Wickes

Executive Producer

David Wickes

Screenwriter

David Williamson

Carpenter

Karen Winnery

Makeup

Michael Zimbrich

Assistant Director

Film Details

Also Known As
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Jekyll and Hyde
Release Date
1990
Production Company
ABC Entertainment Group; Eastman Kodak; General Screen Enterprises; Hearst Entertainment & Syndication; London Weekend Television Productions; Panavision, Ltd.
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video March 7, 1995

Aired in United States January 21, 1990

Estimated budget: $6,500,000

Began shooting July 31, 1989.

Completed shooting September 2, 1989.