The Invisible Woman

Synopsis: Eccentric Professor Gibbs, brilliant but impractical, invents an invisibility machine and advertises for a guinea pig. What he gets is Kitty Carroll, an attractive, adventurous model, who thinks being invisible would help her settle a few scores. Complications arise when three comic gangsters steal the machine to use on their boss. But they fail to reckon with the Revenge of the Invisible Woman!
Production: Passport
72 min

A little invention of mine.

Dear me. You look enough like

Dick Russell to be his brother.

Come out of it, Prof. I

am Dick Russell. No, no.

He wouldn't be going fishing,

and he wouldn't be up this early.

I'm sorry I couldn't send you

that money I promised.

It's not that I've lost faith.

It's simply I'm flat busted.


Good! Wonderful!

Come into the lab, quick!

They're all open.

Tell me what they are.

Answers to my ad

I put in the paper.

My boy,

all your troubles are over.

- You'll make millions out of this.

- Millions out of what?

Come on,

help me pick the victim.

A peculiar fellow

took my ad.

Thought I was cuckoo.



Anything in yours?

"Am willing to undergo experiment if you

will deposit $100,000 to my account. "

They all think I'm crazy.

I can't understand it.

- You believe I can do it, don't you?

- Do what?

Make people invisible!


Invisible... with my new

machine! It absolutely works.

I tried it on the cat.

There's the cat. Of course, there's the cat.

I only gave her

a slight treatment.

Wears off after a while.

If only I could get a person

to try it on! Listen to this!

"I am willing to submit to your

experiment on Friday afternoon.

Please let me know your address.

K. Carroll, 1132 North Vista. "

Eureka! In return for all you've

done for me, your fortune is made.

You're a millionaire,

starting tomorrow.

You mean, I'll see the positive proof

tomorrow? I mean, you won't see it.

I won't see it?


Kitty, K. Carroll

is going to join your club.

Hey, John! John!

About this inventory... Congratulate

me, man! I'm practically a millionaire.

Have you gone mad?


Got everything packed,

George? Yes, sir, everything.

Furniture is in order, silverware stored,

trunks packed, pictures all covered.

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Robert Lees

Robert Lees (July 10, 1912 – June 13, 2004) was an American television and film screenwriter. Lees was best known for writing comedy, including several Abbott and Costello films. more…

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