Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde, (Dr. Black and Mr. Hyde) (1976)
Release Date: Jan 1, 1976 Wide
Average Rating: 2.9/5
User Ratings: 589
Director William Crain's entertaining follow-up to Blacula stars Bernie Casey (formerly of the L.A. Rams) as Dr. Henry Pride, a prominent black physician who partakes of an experimental formula for the treatment of liver disease -- which turns out to be a close chemical cousin to Dr. Jeykll's notorious concoction. The drug transforms Pride into a homicidal white-skinned predator who goes out on murderous nocturnal rampages, mainly targeting prostitutes on the street corners of the Watts
Jan 1, 1976 Wide
Mar 1, 2011
Dimension Pictures Inc.
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Intriguing and entertaining, the film suggests -- visually and thematically, if not in so many words -- that being white causes a person to become aggressive, brutal and evil, and that the very state of whiteness is a state of corruption.
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