Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Search eText, Read Online, Study, Discuss.Here, a saucer of milk spiked with moth balls and bug powder is enough to transform an ordinary, decent soul - the mouse - into a monster. After a few sips, Jerry swells into supermouse, terrorising Tom, who normally holds the upper paw. At the end of "Dr Jekyll and Mr Mouse", Tom tries lapping up the milk - only to be reduced to the size of a fly. The pair exit with Jerry in pursuit, wielding a swatter. The same storyline drives another cartoon of the s, "Mighty Mouse Meets Jekyll and Hyde Cat", though this time it is the cat who mixes a cocktail in the doctor's laboratory, changing from cute puss into a beast with fangs and fiendish claws. Back in the human zone, there have been Abbott and Costello and Jerry Lewis versions of Stevenson's novella.
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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