The Invisible Man's Revenge

Synopsis: An eager scientist tests his new formula for invisibility on an escaped fugitive. When the formula works the criminal runs off to terrorize a family he believes cheated him out of a fortune years earlier.
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Ford Beebe
Production: Universal
78 min

Two pounds, seven for

the Burberry and the hat.

There you are. Thank you, sir.

Did you come off the Ella Campbell, sir?

Who told you?

Who said I came off the Ella

Campbell? Who's been spying on me?

Why, nobody, sir.

I just thought she's unloading...

I don't wanna be spied on.

Understand? I've had enough of that.

Yes, sir. No offense, I assure you.

Here's your change, and thank you, sir.

I say, uh, I'm sorry I jumped

on you. Quite all right, sir.

You see, I've been away. Have you now?

And where have you been, might I ask?

I don't know. I've been lost.

And you won't be wanting these, sir?

Oh, it's just an old rag. Keep

it. I'm on my way to plenty.

Thank you, sir. And good luck to you.

Will you join us in a cocktail?

We can't, Mother. We're late.

It's his fault. It's not

my fault. It's my editor's.

You're a journalist, aren't

you? Well, that's nicely put.

I'm a reporter. Oh, but

you do write features.

Now, Julie, don't interrupt. You're

stopping at the inn, I believe?

Yes, it's quite attractive. He

says the maids are very pretty too.

I say, Julie, I wouldn't take that bright

line with ady Anstey if I were you.

Mark, do you think your grandmother

will find me an evil influence?

You don't know my grandmother. Shall we go?

All right. Are you sure

you can't stay to dinner?

I'm afraid not, Mother. We're late already.


Good-bye, darling.

They weren't so grim, were they? No.

Did I look as silly as I felt? I wondered

if you felt as silly as you looked.

Well? Well, she might pick worse.

Heavens, yes. Best blood in the county.

Family, yes. But no money, of course.

Well, after all, our

grandchildren would hardly starve.


Yes? A person, Sir Jasper, by appointment.


Yes, sir. He said it's of long-standing.

Irene, did you...

Who is it, Cleghorn?

He said his name is Robert Griffin.

What did you say?

His name, Robert Griffin, sir.

Well, you didn't hear right. You couldn't.

Show him in at once! Yes, sir.

Why, Jasper, it isn't possible.

It can't be Rob! I wonder.

But they told us... Salim swore that...

Hello, Jasper. Irene.

Now don't tell me you don't recognize me.

Rob! Rob, you old rascal, you.

Oh, Rob, my dear! Oh, thank heaven...

I knew you'd be glad to

see me. My old friends.

But how on earth did

you... Where have you been?

Come on. Give me your coat.

Sit down. Tell us what happened.

Maybe you'd better tell me. I was

a little confused that last day.

Well, no wonder. You were

burning up with fever.

Yes. Fighting our way

through that foul jungle.

You and Jasper were right behind me.

I remember that part of

it. And all of a sudden...

I saw it, Rob. The branch,

I mean. I saw it fall.

I called, "Look out!"

Dear Irene. You did your best, I know.

But something hit me on the head!

We thought you were done for. Yes.

And you went on without me. Look here, Rob.

The supplies were running out, and

the bearers were getting out of hand.

Do you think I should have stayed

with you and sent Irene on alone?

Why, no, Jasper, not for the world.

It wasn't easy going on without

you, Rob, but we left Salim with you.

The only one we could trust. When he caught

up with us, he swore that you had died.

You see, we... we had no reason to doubt him.

What happened, Rob, after you came to?

Uh, I don't know.

I don't remember a single thing

after I got that blow on the head.

Not until the next blow.

That was two months ago. No!

Why, it's more than five years. I know.

And they're gone, clean gone!

What I did or where I went, it's all a blank.

Until two months ago. And then?

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Bertram Millhauser

Bertram Millhauser (March 25, 1892 – December 1, 1958) was an American screenwriter. He wrote for 61 films produced between 1911 and 1960. He was born in New York City, New York and died in Hollywood, California from a heart attack. more…

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