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The Invisible Woman
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Title: The Invisible Woman
Directed by: A. Edward Sutherland
Written by: Curt Siodmak [1]; Joe May; Robert Lees; Frederic I. Rinaldo [2]; Gertrude Purcell
Produced by: Burt Kelly
Music by: Frank Skinner [3]
Cinematography: Elwood Bredell
Edited by: Frank Gross
Distributed by: Universal Pictures
Released: December 27th, 1940
Rating: Approved
Running time: 72 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Previous: Invisible Man Returns (1940)
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The Invisible Woman is an American science fiction/comedy film. It is the third film in the Invisible Man series and follows The Invisible Man returns, which was released that same year. The film was directed by A. Edward Sutherland and written by Robert Lees, Fred Rinaldo and Gertrude Purcell based on a story by Curt Siodmak and Joe May. It was produced by Universal Pictures and released theatrically in the United States on December 27th, 1940. The film stars Virginia Bruce as the main character, Kitty Carroll. Other stars include John Barrymore, John Howard, Charlie Ruggles and Oskar Homolka.



Notes & Trivia

  • The setting for this film is the state of Michigan. This is indicated on one of the classified ads seen in a newspaper right below Professor Gibbs' ad for volunteers for his invisibility experiment.


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1940s films

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  1. Screenwriter Curt Siodmak is credited as Kurt Siodmak in this film.
  2. Screenwriter Frederic I. Rinaldo is credited as Fred Rinaldo in this film.
  3. Composer Frank Skinner is uncredited for his participation in this film.


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