The Invisable Man 1933 Horror Movie Review
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THE INVISIBLE MAN (1933) Claude Rains is super scary as mad scientist Griffin in HG Wells’ classic horror novel about the power of being invisible thanks to a serum with some dangerous effects. Atmospherically directed by James Whale (“Frankenstein”). Great visual effects for its time that stand up well to today’s standards. Chilling.
About The Invisable Man (1933)
The Invisable Man
Claude Rains, Gloria Stewart, William Harrigan, Dwight Frye, Una O'Connor,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
71 minutesDirector: James Whale,
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