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|John S. Robertson|
|Name||John S. Robertson|
|Aliases||John Stuart Robertson|
|Place of birth||London, Ontario, Canada|
|Date of birth||June 14th, 1878|
|Date of death||November 5th, 1964|
|First appearance||Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)|
John S. Robertson was a film director born in London, Ontario, Canada on June 14th, 1878. He is considered a staple of Hollywood's silent film era and has sixty directing credits to his name. Robertson is best known for directing the first major adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 novel Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which was re-titled as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. It is the first major studio production of the Jekyll and Hyde story and has been remade, re-imagined and repurposed numerous times throughout the history of cinema.
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|Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde||1920||Director|
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