The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man (1933)

H.G. Wells' Fantastic Out Of This World Show!

  • Genre: Horror, Science Fiction
  • Release Date: 1933-11-03
  • User Rating: 7.5/10 from 698 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 11min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Universal Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: James Whale
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Working in Dr. Cranley's laboratory, scientist Jack Griffin was always given the latitude to conduct some of his own experiments. His sudden departure, however, has Cranley's daughter Flora worried about him. Griffin has taken a room at the nearby Lion's Head Inn, hoping to reverse an experiment he conducted on himself that made him invisible. But the experimental drug has also warped his mind, making him aggressive and dangerous. He's prepared to do whatever it takes to restore his appearance.

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  • Claude Rains

    as Dr. Jack Griffin
  • Gloria Stuart

    as Flora Cranley
  • William Harrigan

    as Dr. Arthur Kemp
  • Henry Travers

    as Dr. Cranley
  • Una O'Connor

    as Jenny Hall
  • Forrester Harvey

    as Herbert Hall
  • Holmes Herbert

    as Chief of Police
  • E. E. Clive

    as Constable Jaffers
  • Dudley Digges

    as Chief Detective
  • Harry Stubbs

    as Inspector Bird
  • Donald Stuart

    as Inspector Lane
  • Merle Tottenham

    as Millie
  • Robert Adair

    as Detective Thompson (uncredited)
  • Edgar Barrier

    as Radio Announcer (uncredited)
  • Ted Billings

    as Villager Playing Darts (uncredited)
  • Walter Brennan

    as Bicycle Owner (uncredited)
  • Robert Brower

    as Farmer (uncredited)
  • Mae Bruce

    as Mary Purdy (uncredited)
  • Rita Carlyle

    as Townswoman at Pub (uncredited)
  • John Carradine

    as Informer Suggesting Ink (uncredited)
  • D'Arcy Corrigan

    as Villager (uncredited)
  • Jack Deery

    as Officer in Charge of Barn Capture (uncredited)
  • Dwight Frye

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Mary Gordon

    as Screaming Woman (uncredited)
  • Bobby Hale

    as Townsman at Pub (uncredited)
  • Stuart Hall

    as Constable (uncredited)
  • Tiny Jones

    as Townswoman at Pub (uncredited)
  • Violet Kemble Cooper

    as Woman (uncredited)
  • Crauford Kent

    as Doctor (uncredited)
  • Paul Kruger

    as Constable (uncredited)
  • John Merivale

    as Constable (uncredited)
  • Monte Montague

    as Cop (uncredited)
  • Jack Montgomery

    as Constable (uncredited)
  • Charles Morton

    as Party Guest (uncredited)
  • Bob Reeves

    as Detective Hogan (uncredited)
  • Jack Richardson

    as Official (uncredited)
  • Tom Ricketts

    as Old Farmer with Barn (uncredited)
  • Kathryn Sheldon

    as Orphanage Worker (uncredited)
  • Emma Tansey

    as Old Woman Listening to Radio (uncredited)
  • Jameson Thomas

    as Hospital Doctor (uncredited)
  • Leo White

    as 2nd Man Calling Police ('Frost')(uncredited)
  • Bert Young

    as Railroad Switchman (uncredited)
Production Carl Laemmle Jr. Producer
Art Charles D. Hall Art Direction
Editing Maurice Pivar Editorial Manager
Camera Arthur Edeson Director of Photography
Camera Arthur Edeson Camera Operator
Directing James Whale Director
Editing Ted J. Kent Editor
Camera John J. Mescall Director of Photography
Visual Effects John J. Mescall Visual Effects Camera
Writing H.G. Wells Novel
Sound W. Franke Harling Music
Crew Carl Laemmle Presenter
Writing Philip Wylie Writer
Costume & Make-Up Jack Pierce Makeup Artist
Writing Preston Sturges Writer
Sound Heinz Roemheld Original Music Composer
Sound Heinz Roemheld Conductor
Writing R.C. Sherriff Screenplay
Visual Effects Frank D. Williams Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew John P. Fulton Special Effects
Directing Joseph A. McDonough Assistant Director
Sound William Hedgcock Sound Recordist
Camera King D. Gray Camera Operator
Sound Gilbert Kurland Music Supervisor
Sound Gilbert Kurland Sound Supervisor
Visual Effects Cleo E. Baker Visual Effects
Sound William Schiller Orchestrator
Art Wally Kirkpatrick Props
Visual Effects Roswell A. Hoffmann Visual Effects
Visual Effects Roswell A. Hoffmann Visual Effects Camera
Camera Roman Freulich Still Photographer
Camera Fred Stoll Grip
Sound John Kemp Sound Recordist
Camera Jack Eagan Assistant Camera
Visual Effects Bill Heckler Visual Effects
Camera Peter Abriss Grip