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The Adult Version of Jekyll and Hide

USA 1972
produced by
B. Ron Eliot (= Byron Mabe), David F. Friedman for El-Monde Productions
directed by L. Ray Monde (= Lee Raymond)
starring Jennifer Brooks (= Laurie Rose), Rene Bond, Jane Tsentas, Jack Buddliner (= John Barnum), Linda York, Norman Fields (as Harry Schwartz), Jude Farese, Bruce Brightman, Linda McDowell
written by Robert Birch, based on The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, music by William Allen Castleman, William Loose

Jekyll and Hyde

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Dr Leeder (Jack Buddliner) is engaged to Cynthia (Jennifer Brooks), but he actually much rather screws his nurse Debbie (Rene Bond) anyways, so ...

Anyways, one day Leeder finds the diary of Dr Jekyll in a curio shop, and when the owner (Norman Fields) refuses to sell it, Leeder returns after hours and kills the man as if possessed, only to get his hands on the book. The book contains a formula that turns manly Doc Leeder into Miss Hide (Jane Tsentas), a man-murdering seductress. Curiously, Debbie doesn't seem to be all that bothered by Leeder's sex change, while Cynthia, without knowing what's going on, breaks off the engagement.

A detective (Jude Farese) eventually links Leeder to the murder of the shop owner and has his house watched 24/7, but when he searches the house from top to bottom, he fails to find Leeder, only Miss Hide, and of course he doesn't make the link. Miss Hide almost manages to seduce and kill him, too, but only almost, then she decides to pay Cynthia a visit to kill her - but at the last moment, Cynthia is saved by the detective, who pushes Miss Hide out of the window ... and once she hits the floor, she turns back into Leeder.


A modern day softcore sexploitation adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde that doesn't really have all that much going for it (apart from a few cute girls), as it tells its story without any verve, takes its main (sex change) punchline from Hammer's way more humourous Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde, fails to develop it into a real plot and thus hangs everything onto its many sex scenes - which makes the film of course somehow charming for fans of vintage erotica, but doesn't make the film as such an even remotely good one.


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