Sybil: A Brilliant Hysteric?

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Sybil: A Brilliant Hysteric?

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Re: Sybil: A Brilliant Hysteric?

Post by Big Boss Man » Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:03 pm

Watched the Sybil movie, well its more so a two part TV movie years ago. I think they remade it but the 1976 one I'd recommend. It's tough to watch though. She has 16 multiple personalities

Sybil Isabel Dorsett (1923), the main personality
Victoria Antoinette Scharleau (1926), nicknamed Vicky, self-assured and sophisticated young French girl
Peggy Lou Baldwin (1926), assertive, enthusiastic, and often angry
Peggy Ann Baldwin (1926), a counterpart of Peggy Lou but more fearful than angry
Mary Lucinda Saunders Dorsett (1933), a thoughtful, contemplative, and maternal homebody
Marcia Lynn Dorsett (1927), an extremely emotional writer and painter
Vanessa Gail Dorsett (1935), intensely dramatic, fun loving, and a talented musician.
Mike Dorsett (1928), one of Sybil's two male selves, a builder and a carpenter
Sid Dorsett (1928), the second of Sybil's two male selves, a carpenter and a general handyman. Sid took his name from Sybil's initials (Sybil Isabelle Dorsett), meaning that Mason's personality would have been named Sam (Shirley Ardell Mason)
Nancy Lou Ann Baldwin (date undetermined), interested in politics as fulfillment of Biblical prophecy and intensely afraid of Roman Catholics
Sybil Ann Dorsett (1928), listless to the point of neurasthenia
Ruthie Dorsett (1890), a baby and one of the less developed selves
Clara Dorsett (date undetermined), intensely religious and highly critical of Sybil
Helen Dorsett (1929), intensely afraid but determined to achieve fulfillment
Marjorie Dorsett (1928), serene, vivacious, and quick to laugh
The Blonde (1946), a nameless perpetual teenager with an optimistic outlook

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