The Invisible Man

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Released 1933

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Director:
James Whale
Released:
1933
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The Invisible Man is the 1933 Universal Studios monster classic, adapted from the classic novel by H.G. Wells, and brought to the screen by the iconic filmmaker James Whale (Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, The Old Dark House). Jack Grifiin (Claude Rains, Casablanca, The Wolf Man) is a scientist who invents this formula to create invisibility. The problem is that he uses a certain chemical which affects sanity and creates this ever-growing madness that quickly unleashes a violent wave to just about anyone that draws near. Imagine the difficult position for the police who must try and stop him and the doctor's rampage of violence. He even causes a train to collapse over a cliff and throws two hunters over also. He wishes for Dr. Arthur Kemp (William Harrington), a colleague, to assist him in his murdering ways and ultimately to gain wealth and prestige through the power he can wield being invisible. Only his lady love Flora (Gloria Stuart, Titanic) can perhaps tap into the once human part that might still slightly exist inside this evil shell.moreless
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