Agora Presents Jeckle and Hyde, 1967, segment from the film

Short segment (8:05) from original silent film created during fall 1967 by the George Mason College Agora Society. Agora was founded in the fall of 1965 by GMC student, Charles E. Brewer (Class of 1968) to promote the performing arts at George Mason College. 

The film is a humorous adaptation of of the Robert Louis Stevenson novella, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.The production was filmed using a Cine Kodak Model K motion picture camera (circa 1930) using Kodak Tri-X 16 mm film and was screened for the student body in the spring of 1968 in the Lecture Hall.

This segment features scenes both inside George Mason College Fairfax campus buildings and on the Fairfax campus grounds.

The film contains a student cast featuring: Sally Bowden, Ken Leber, Paul Garneau, Jerry Katcheressian, Mo Reilly, Susan Wainright, Greg Coughlan, Bill Flandermeyer, Andy Conlon, Donna Hartman, GMC Cheerleaders, The GMC Rugby team, and the GMC GoGo Girls. Techinical constultant was Cam Farnell. Editing was by Bob Fruit. The film was written, produced, and directed by Charles E. Brewer. MPEG-4 video, H.264 AVC, No sound.

Creator : Agora Club, George Mason College of the University of Virginia

Date : 1967

Source : George Mason University Audio-Visual Records

Rights : Copyright George Mason University

Citation: Agora Club, George Mason College of the University of Virginia, “Agora Presents Jeckle and Hyde,1967, segment from the film,” A History of George Mason University, accessed September 16, 2019,