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Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a novella written by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson and first published in 1886. It is about a London lawyer who investigates strange occurrences between his old friend, Dr. Henry Jekyll, and the misanthropic Mr. Edward Hyde. The work is known for its vivid portrayal of a split personality, split in the sense that within the same person there is both an apparently good and an evil personality each being quite distinct from the other. The novella's impact is such that it has become a part of the language, with the phrase "Jekyll and Hyde" coming to mean a person who is vastly different in moral character from one situation to the next. Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was an immediate success and one of Stevenson's best-selling works. Stage adaptations began in Boston and London within a year of its publication and it has gone on to inspire scores of major film and stage performances.
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
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Paul Houlton Terry (February 19, 1887 - October 25, 1971) was an American cartoonist, screenwriter, film director and one of the most prolific film producers in history. He produced over 1,300 cartoons between 1915 and 1955 including the many Terrytoons cartoons. Farmer Al Falfa (also known as Farmer Alfalfa), the quintessential grizzly old farmer type, is an animated cartoon character created by American cartoonist Paul Terry. He first appeared in 1916 in a series a shorts produced by the John R. Bray Studios. After leaving Bray, Terry retained the character and used him frequently during the 1920s for his Aesop's Film Fables series, the character's most prolific period. When Terry made the transition to sound, so did the farmer. The first publicly released sound cartoon, Dinner Time, featured Farmer Al Falfa as an irritable butcher who had to fend off a pack of hungry hounds. However, the short failed to grasp the public's interest like Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie, released one month later. This cartoon later developed into the famous "Heckle & Jeckle", (but at this time it was a couple, a male and female magpie). Heckle and Jeckle is a theatrical cartoon series created by Paul Terry, and released by his own studio, Terrytoons. The characters were a pair of identical magpies[citation needed] who calmly outwitted their foes in the manner of Bugs Bunny, while maintaining a mischievous streak reminiscent of Woody Woodpecker. However in a number of their cartoons (Moose On The Loose, Free Enterprise) their foes win in the end. Their names were inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's famous novella Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. They are generally seen as the most entertaining and even funniest characters from the Paul Terry cartoons. Terrytoons was an animation studio founded by Paul Terry. The studio, located in suburban New Rochelle, New York, operated from 1928 to 1968. Its most popular characters included Mighty Mouse, Gandy Goose, Sourpuss, Dinky Duck, Deputy Dawg, Luno and Heckle and Jeckle; these cartoons and all of its others were released to theatres under the studio's solitary Terrytoons banner by 20th Century Fox.
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Buy it on DVD at wbshop****! Alice in Wonderland (1966). This gothic masterpiece showcases a star-studded cast including acting legends Peter Sellers (Revenge of the Pink Panther), Sir John Gielgud (Shine, Gandhi), Sir Michael Redgrave (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), and Peter Cook (Great Balls of Fire!, Not Only... But Also) - along with dreamlike music written and performed by Ravi Shankar. In this signature production, an enigmatic young girl, Alice (Anne-Marie Mallik) wanders through a Victorian landscape populated by the most bizarre and astonishing characters. Gently questioning each one in turn, Alice subtly mocks the middle-class English values of everyone that she meets. This visionary masterpiece is a feast for the imagination, and the DVD is packed with extras including Cecil Hepworth’s 1903 silent film version, Dennis Potter’s 1965 biopic, Alice, about the real-life inspiration for Carroll’s Alice, and more. Alice in Wonderland (1966) hits retail on February 9, 2010, just one month before the Disney Studios release of Tim Burton’s adaptation, Alice, starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter and Anne Hathaway.
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Buy it on DVD at wbshop****! Alice in Wonderland (1966). This gothic masterpiece showcases a star-studded cast including acting legends Peter Sellers (Revenge of the Pink Panther), Sir John Gielgud (Shine, Gandhi), Sir Michael Redgrave (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), and Peter Cook (Great Balls of Fire!, Not Only... But Also) - along with dreamlike music written and performed by Ravi Shankar. In this signature production, an enigmatic young girl, Alice (Anne-Marie Mallik) wanders through a Victorian landscape populated by the most bizarre and astonishing characters. Gently questioning each one in turn, Alice subtly mocks the middle-class English values of everyone that she meets. This visionary masterpiece is a feast for the imagination, and the DVD is packed with extras including Cecil Hepworth’s 1903 silent film version, Dennis Potter’s 1965 biopic, Alice, about the real-life inspiration for Carroll’s Alice, and more. Alice in Wonderland (1966) hits retail on February 9, 2010, just one month before the Disney Studios release of Tim Burton’s adaptation, Alice, starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter and Anne Hathaway.
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Dedicated to my favorite actor Fredric March. This is tribute to his famous film "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"(1931). I used song "Monster" by Skillet, but YT rejected my video and I had change audio for uploading there. Here is original version of my work.
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A scene from Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 2008 movie
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The Spirit is Alive at Christ The Living Word Alliance Church in Toronto! Location: 16 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto(Rent space from United Church) Service time: 4:45 p.m. on Sundays. Senior Pastor: Rod Valerio Pastoral ministry representative: Brother Tim Miller I bring warm greetings to all those on the World Wide Web. How's everything going in your life? Are life's worries eating away at you inside? Perhaps, you recently had someone close to you die. You feel empty and all alone. You need someone to talk to, but are afraid of opening up. The wounds in your heart are just too painful to look at. You want to go to people you can trust to be comforted. I know when my stepfather died of lung cancer on September 11, 2006, that I felt a deep emptiness enter my life. I loved dad very deeply. He was used by God to boost my self-confidence after being exposed to a father with manic depressant schizophrenia. Today, it is referred to as being schizo affective. It was like living with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. One moment my dad would be kind and gentle, taking me on piggy back rides. I would laugh as he carried me. Dad would say how much he loved me. That love even when it came in fleeting moments made me feel good all over. Without warning my father would become Mr. Hyde. In the aftermath of one of his manic episodes when my dad beat my mom up and I saw her hanging with a belt from the top of our bathroom door, I felt useless. I screamed, "Mommy! Mommy! Please don't die! Please don't die!" As a five year-old boy I felt helpless. With each passing moment, I saw my mother slipping further away from life. Then, my dad in one of his sane moments cut mom free from the belt with a sharp knife. Mom gasped for breath. I thanked God she was alive. I dare to be open in sharing this story because a belief in something larger than myself and my human mind says that a church can be there for people going through sad and rough times. When I sang and spoke at this church, I felt that this was a place where I could safely pour out my heart to God. I felt accepted. I felt loved. There is a wonderful spirit of worship at this church, which is led by Pastor Rod Valerio! As songs were being sung I felt like I wanted to dance with joy to them! The love of God I felt in the congregation and in their senior minister, Pastor Rod, made me feel so alive and happy inside. I had so much fun speaking about God and singing for Him and His people that I forgot about the worries and cares of my life, which were pressing down upon my spirit. I felt like I was among friends who had known me a lifetime, because the spirit of the congregation, and the pastoral and worship team are close to the heart of God. This church welcomes anyone who needs a safe spiritual place to call home. I didn't feel judged here because the Lord hasn't chosen to make me and Karen rich. I wasn't made to feel like a failure to God because my wallet was empty. I can tell you that as I worshipped there I felt a richness in my spirit that no amount of money could ever buy. The church specializes in addressing the needs of many different cultures. My wife and I had the pleasure of enjoying a delicious meal after the service. Since 80% of the congregation uses English as their second language, the entire service is designed with simple words those learning English can understand. Come set your spirit free and feel loved and accepted for who you are. Be a part of something special where joyous singing and anointed preaching will bring you closer to God. Even if you don't believe in the Lord, just come for the great fellowship, music and food! I know after one of those yummy meals my belt was a little tighter, but my heart was even more satisfied. I had come home again. God let me rest my wounded and hurting spirit for a while. He let me be around very loving and accepting people who demanded nothing from me. They just wanted me to feel like part of their family. It doesn't get any better than that! Dear internet viewer, if you are in the Toronto area, come to this church and give yourself a much-needed brief vacation from your troubles. You'll be glad you did. I know I was. Peace be with you all. Kevin Osborne
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