1960 The Two Faces of Dr Jeckyll

The Two Faces of Dr Jeckyll- 1960

Alternative Title: House of Fright

A Hammer film production released by Columbia Pictures 

Copyright MCMLX by Hammer film Productions Limited - All rights reserved 

The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious and any similarity to the name, character, of history of any person is entirely accidental and unintentional 

RCA Sound Recording 

Produced at Bray Studios, England 

Print by Technicolor 88 mins Megascope 


London, 1874: Dr Henry Jekyll is carrying out controversial experiments, experiments which lead to the emergence of his debauched and amoral alter ego, Edward Hyde. Jekyll becomes progressively less able to control his other self, which eventually takes murderous revenge of his faithless wife and her lover. Watch the trailer on YouTube


Production Designer Bernard Robinson
Supervising Editor James Needs
Production Manager Don Weeks
Editor Alfred Cox
Assistant Director John Peverall
Sound Recordist Jock May
Sound Editor James Groom
Continuity Tilly Day
Make-up Artist Roy Ashton
Hair Stylist Freda Steiger
Wardrobe Mistress Molly Arbuthnot
Special Effects Sydney Pearson
Camera Operator Len Harris
Director of Photography Jack Asher, BSc
Music Composed by Malcolm Williamson
Musical Supervisor John Hollingsworth
Screenplay by Jimmy Sangster, Peter Bryan and Edward Percy
Associate Producer Anthony Nelson-Keys

Executive Producer Michael Carreras
Produced by Anthony Hinds
Directed by Terence Fisher



Dr Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde Paul Massie
Paul Allen Christopher Lee
Kitty Dawn Addams
Litauer David Kossof
Inspector Francis de Wolfe
Maria Norma Marla
Sphinx Girl Magda Miller
Beau Oliver Reed
Clubman William Kendall
Nanny Helen Goss
and with Joy Webster


Regal actress Martita Hunt is probably best remembered for playing the part of Miss Havisham in David Lean's classic 1946 film of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations". 
Freda Jackson's other excursions into fantasy include roles as Boris Karloff's radioactively dissolving wife in "Monster of Terror" (1965), as blind hag Tia Zorina in "The Valley of Gwangi" (1969) and as one of the Stygian witches in "Clash of the Titans" (1981).

Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy - The Hammer Graveyard Collection