4 comments on “The Invisible Man (1933)

  1. Oh I have to see this! Who doesn’t love Claude Rains? And the invisibility pictures (or lack there of ha ha) look pretty nifty. Nice review!

  2. If you’re interested in invisibility (or not, really) you should read Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements. In the book, a teenage boy becomes invisible for seemingly no reason at all, and has to find a way to reverse it with the help of his parents and his new friend: a blind girl. It’s my favorite novel, and it’s highly underrated. Check it out.

  3. Pingback: #33 The Invisible Man – 1000 Films Blog

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