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  • ladies and gentlemen allow me to express my heartfelt admiration and praise for the remarkable

  • Scottish author Robert Lewis Stevenson Stevenson's literary Legacy has left an indelible Mark upon

  • the world of literature captivating readers across generations with his enchanting storytelling and

  • profound insights into The Human Condition through his words he could transport us to distant lands

  • ignite our imagination and Inspire us to embark on thrilling Adventures what sets Stevenson apart

  • as a literary genius is his unparalleled ability to craft stories that resonate with both young

  • and old transcending the boundaries of time and age from the Timeless classic Treasure Island

  • which continues to ignite the dreams of young aspiring adventurers to the gripping duality

  • of human nature explored in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Stevenson's

  • Tales are not merely stories but windows and the complexities of human nature in his passion for

  • storytelling was infused with an Exquisite blend of Adventure mystery and a deep understanding of

  • the human psyche Robert Louis Stevenson with his boundless creativity and enduring Tales

  • has truly in his place among the literary Immortals leaving an enduring Legacy that

  • continues to Captivate the hearts and minds of readers worldwide living sin would you be

  • so kind as to put an end to the cacophony in the background it would be my pleasure

  • ah good evening and welcome to Creature Features I'm your host Vincent you've just met my Noble

  • Houseman Mr Livingston a studious gentleman that knows how to properly maintain and manage

  • a formidable estate like my lovely Porter mansion and the tiny Creature terrorizing

  • some of my household staff would be the typically demure Miss Tangella whose Grace

  • wit and charm are second only tour ability to hotwire a 2008 BMW 3 Series sedan in order to

  • ghost ride the poor vehicle over the edge of one of the Cliffs at our lovely Bodega Bay

  • and do we have a most remarkable program in store for you my purpose in my prior Praise

  • of Mr Stevenson is because tonight you you do know that one of these days the two of them

  • shall conspire to smother you in your sleep do you not hopefully sooner rather than later

  • tonight we'll Feature an impressive film based upon one of his stories the two faces of Dr

  • Jekyll from 1960. this is a fan film featuring the wonderful Christopher Lee but not in the

  • titular role that part goes to Paul Massey and his troubled fiance is portrayed by the lovely

  • and talented Dawn Adams Livingston who might be our guest this evening nobody very good tonight

  • we'll be joined by nobody to tell us nothing about this film but since we'll have some extra time

  • perhaps we'll read more of your mail and check in with the crew of this ill-mannered meta so don't

  • go away for this to be another night of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde fright right here on Creature Features

  • stay tuned [Music]

  • oh my goodness Livingston yeah you know what is on at 9pm on channel 4. I do not

  • Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry now listen the action-packed tough Cup movie that tops them all

  • oh there's a there's a disclaimer intended for mature audiences parental discretion is advised we

  • cannot let her watch this could we she's probably seen it 20 times that's right well no we don't

  • want her to get any ideas is a problem anyways now for that welcome to Creature Features it's

  • another one of those nights where we show a film hopefully but it's not one of those nights where

  • we have a guess because all they've got is Tangella and her her umbrella parasol parasol and her ugly

  • baby baby no it's okay if she brings the ugly baby when she has a parasol because she can cover it up

  • right I'm not understanding she can take the light off of it and then it won't come up on the cameras

  • right see it's in the shade anyways a great movie tonight the two faces of Dr Jekyll 1960. this is

  • a fantastic film have you seen it unfortunately and you did not like it it's not my favorite yeah

  • all right well it's a it's a hammer film or it's a film with hammers yeah she's like a hammer film

  • she has a thing for hammers no she was having Hammer Time with our staff before this so

  • uh it's gonna be a fun movie No guest tonight but we'll we'll read some extra mail and uh

  • we'll have some fun with the crew and uh we think you'll enjoy it right you're gonna enjoy it oh

  • will I he always does so stick around we will see you at the next break and don't get scared

  • There you are.

  • In each one of these dumb human animals...

  • ...there is a personality which shows itself only in play.

  • Dumb human animals?

  • Henry, these are not pretty guinea pigs...

  • ...they are children who cannot speak.

  • But I am convinced that in this case...

  • ...the not speaking is a refusal of one part of the mind...

  • ...to allow the other part to express itself freely.

  • You suggest they play out what they cannot speak out?

  • Precisely.

  • You are the same Henry Jekyll...

  • ...forever seeking keys to the locked doors of the mind.

  • Thank you, Dr. Jekyll.

  • They do enjoy coming in the afternoon to your garden.

  • They really never want to leave, especially Jane.

  • You see, Ernst.

  • All of my experiments...

  • ...are directed towards the freeing of the creature imprisoned within.

  • In your paper, the paper that began all this trouble...

  • ...you wrote of two creatures.

  • In every human personality...

  • ...two forces struggle for supremacy.

  • I understand.

  • But it was rash to publish before you could prove.

  • Now I don't have to prove anything.

  • Resigning my appointment freed me from idiots...

  • ...who are no more scientists than I am a priest.

  • You have been missed, Henry.

  • Yes, they must have been short of jokes since I resigned.

  • How they laughed at my last lecture.

  • Was that a reason to disappear from professional life?

  • You live like a hermit in the middle of London.

  • - Is it wise? - If one doesn't want to be torn...

  • ...limb from limb by one's colleagues, it's very wise.

  • Is it fair?

  • Who in the profession has been fair to me?

  • Who apart from yourself has even given me a hearing?

  • Forget the profession for a moment.

  • What of the others...

  • ...those who care for you?

  • Yes, I see. Kitty has spoken to you. She asked you to come.

  • Think how it is for Kitty.

  • You live here alone without servants, without friends.

  • What is it like for her? What does Kitty think about this?

  • In six years of marriage...

  • ...Kitty has never thought about my work.

  • Forget your work for a moment.

  • Your home is in ruins.

  • Your life is in dustsheets.

  • I need privacy for my work.

  • I can't think about anything else.

  • My work is far too near completion for me to stop now.

  • But to what end are you working, my dear Henry?

  • Man has always known that his personality is an uneasy...

  • ...and unsatisfactory combination of conflicting elements.

  • We must accept this conflict and support the good in us.

  • Good. Evil. This moral quibbling is useless.

  • Man as he is comprises two beings.

  • One whom I call man as he could be.

  • In his perfection...

  • ...this inner man is beyond good and evil.

  • And the other man?

  • He, too, is beyond good and evil. Man as he would be.

  • Free of all the restrictions society imposes upon us.

  • Subject only to his own will.

  • A very dangerous man, my friend.

  • For what civilizes us, other than these moral restrictions...

  • ...of which you make so little?

  • We are scientists, Ernst.

  • It is for us to release and understand every force in nature.

  • This higher man you speak of is the weaker element in us.

  • Our lust and our violence feed the weaker man.

  • That is why there are so few saints and so many sinners.

  • Will you cut evil out of man with a scalpel, Henry?

  • How you fall back into the conventional way of thinking, Ernst.

  • I am not concerned with a moral operation...

  • ...but with the control of every resource of the human personality...

  • ...by science.

  • Here, Toto.

  • Quietly, now.

  • Quietly. Quietly, now.

  • Quietly. Here we are. That's it. Quietly.