King Frederic  is a supporting character in Disney 's film Tangled.
David Callaway and Charlie in Hide and Seek.
The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll has an interesting variation. Jekyll is hirsute, unkempt, ill-tempered and mannerless; Hyde is clean-shaven, well-dressed, well-mannered, and charming. But Jekyll's still a decent guy, and Hyde is thoroughly depraved and evil. Angel Heart with Mickey Rourke.
Bigger Than Life shows a schoolteacher Ed Avery James Mason abusing his prescription medication and going from an overworked frustrated schoolteacher and husband to a psychopathic and abusive father, with an authoritarian attitude to teaching children.
It's implied in the film, that these attitudes and feelings were within him all along but the drug simply provided an outlet. The dynamic between Elisabet and Sister Alma; the strange scenes in which one turns the other's head towards her; the reaction of Mr Vogler to Anna. Together Again had Mark Blankfield going from humble doctor to drugged out sex crazed swinger.
In the original Total RecallQuaid is actually an implanted personality of the villain Hauser. In Citizen KaneCharles Foster Kane tells Thatcher early on, "The trouble is, you don't realize that you're talking to two people," referring to himself as both a man of wealth and as a man of the people.
One of the main points of the movie is the internal war between those two sides. It can be argued that both sides lose by the end of the movie. Nick and Francois in Youth in Revolt. Other Halves is about an dating app that creates that unleashes the user's "other half," or id.
Literature The Strange Case of Dr. Hydewhich is the Trope Namergives us the unbuilt variant of this dynamic. Henry Jekyll is a good man with evil urges who deliberately created Edward Hyde for a selfish purpose and, up until a murder was committed, derived pleasure from his darker self's actions.
He began to need more of the potion to ward off Hyde taking control and when recreating the formula proved impossible, he wrote a letter to explain everything before dying. The idea of Jekyll and Hyde being the same individual was originally a Twist Ending ; the reason for almost all adaptations removing this aspect is that the twist eventually became well-known.
Smeagol and Gollum in The Lord of the Rings. In the Xanth book Crewel Lye, there's a Magician named Yin Yang who spends a lengthy amount of time pretending to be two different people, Yin and Yang, who were having a competition to see which one should be heir to the current King.
It turns out that the competition was about which side of his personality should take over. Nabokov's Lolita has the whole dynamic between Humbert and Quilty leading to the frankly quite trippy scenes at the end, the chase, and especially the murder. Odetta and Detta in The Dark Tower.
Jekyll's transformation is inverted and averted by Julian Advent of the Nightside series, who faced the same choice as Jekyll when he discovered a similar formula, but chose to drink the version that brought his Good side to the fore, making him The Cape instead of this trope.
Eden Green 's needle-humans often develop darker 'backup' personalities in order to deal with the horror-show their bodies have become. Among the test subjects is a clergyman who becomes a loose woman and an anarchist whose "dark side" runs off to get an office job.Strange Case of Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Study Questions Story of the Door What influenced Enfield to tell Utterson a story about what happened late one night? Why did Enfield refuse to .
The theme of good versus evil is explored in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde through the dual personas of Dr. Jekyll. Jekyll's friend, Dr. Lanyon, split ways with Jekyll long before the time of the story.
The Stage Version Of Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, though it had initially been published as a " shilling shocker," was an immediate success and is one of Stevenson's best-selling works.
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