The Invisible Man Returns

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Time Out says

Not as stylishly bizarre as Whale's original, but a very enjoyable sequel, with Price as a man wrongly convicted of murder who goes invisible with the help of the original invisible man's brother (Sutton). Riding out the madness that is one of the drug's unfortunate side effects, he proves his innocence by unmasking the real killer. The whodunit element is less gripping than the original's study in soaring megalomania, but Price's urbanely mellifluous voice makes him an admirable successor to Claude Rains, and John P Fulton's special effects are well up to par.
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Release details

UK release:

1940

Duration:

81 mins

Cast and crew

Screenwriter:

Lester Cole, Curt Siodmak

Director:

Joe May

Cast:

Cecil Kellaway, Alan Napier, Nan Grey, John Sutton, Cedric Hardwicke, Vincent Price

Music:

Charles Previn

Art Director:

Jack Otterson

Editor:

Frank Gross

Cinematography:

Milton Krasner

Producer:

Ken Goldsmith

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