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

Where is he?

Where is he?

Get up!

I am up, I was up,

and I've been up all night.

I would have stayed up if you hadn't knocked

me down. I didn't know you were there.

If you'd come in a moment later, I wouldn't

have been there. I have handed in my notice.

Have you seen

the morning paper?

After 25 years in this household,

I can't see anything, sir.

Just glance at that,

and you'll see plenty.

Hmm, hmm, hmm.

Must be spring again.

I haven't had time to find out. Good morning.

Listen to me, you extravagant,

girl-crazy young idiot!

Good morning.

Good morning.

Ah, George, new shoes?

No, sir. It's a bombproof

shelter for my tootsie, sir.

New shoes!

Now, look here!

For 40 years I've been working myself into a

nervous breakdown handling your family's affairs.

But this is the last straw!

We got off easy. She sued for a

million. And she got 100,000 cash!

Good heavens, man, doesn't anything

ever bother you? No, nothing.

What's the use of worrying about

something that's already happened?

It won't happen again,

I'll guarantee you that!

You're broke!



And you've got to get away

from all this!

No more girls

and no more parties!

- And no more Professor Gibbs!

- Gibbs, hmm!

You'll pardon me, sir, but that

should have occurred long ago.

That reminds me. He called me

this morning and asked for $3,000.

Write him out a check. Three

thousand dollars for that... that...


Thank you.

You've already wasted a

fortune on his silly ideas.

None of them are any good, excepting the

rat trap, and then he was right at home.

You can't expect me to brush

off the professor just like that!

He's practically an heirloom.

I inherited him from Dad.

What has he invented

in the last 10 years?

Not a darn thing! He's got to

stop draining your bank account.

Thousands for chemicals,

bulbs, bulbs, chemicals!

What for? He must be inventing something.

But what? I don't know. I never ask him.

Write that scatterbrain professor

that he's had the last penny...

he's ever going to get

from you.

May I help you, sir?

This makes me very happy.

I'm sure you won't regret

this move at all.

You make it strong, and

I'll withdraw my resignation.

Stop breathing down my neck.

It's the breath of pleasure, sir.

And perhaps

a touch of garlic.

George, are you sick?

Me, sir? No, sir.

Stick out your tongue.

Give that to the professor.

Thank you, sir.

What is this, Halloween?

Professor Gibbs?

Go away.

Now, Professor,

it's only me, Mrs. Jackson.

Hmm. You will find

Mrs. Jackson in the kitchen...

where she belongs.

Ahh. Professor! You drank it!

Having a touch of indigestion

this morning.

Here's a note from Mr.

Russell. Huh? Hold this.

Yes, this will be

the check for 3,000.

There's no check.

Nothing at all.

Dear, dear, dear.

You stay here. I've got to run

into town. What'll I do with this?

Hold it carefully.

It might explode.

Morning paper.

Here you are!

M- M-My ad. My ad.

I want to change it, please.

That's fine. We only run

a couple thousand ads a day.

Have you got a receipt?

A receipt?

Would that be

a little piece of paper?

I seem to remember

putting it in my wallet.

I can never find...

Oh, here it is.

Look, would that be it?

It's it. P-19.

I was just going

to send it through.

That's what I call

a coincidence, eh?

A remarkable one, really.

You really want this in?

Yes, of course.

Unless you would like to try

the experiment. No, thank you.

Ah, no sense of adventure.

Put yourself in the garage,

lazy bones.

Professor, what's the big idea?

That car went in by itself!

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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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