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    • Kirsi Niemi

      Mr. Hyde enjoys tea time with his victim. (Fredric March, Rouben Mamoulian, Miriam Hopkins).

    • Cal Bray

      A "tea break" on the the set of Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde (1931). Fredric March, director Rouben Mamoulian and Miriam Hopkins

    • Jeannie Detweiler

      Behind the scenes of 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' (1931) (via Monster Vision) - Frederic March, director Rouben Mamoulian and Miriam Hopkins.

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