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|The Invisible Man|
|Title:||The Invisible Man|
|Directed by:||James Whale|
|Written by:||R.C. Sherriff|
Preston Sturges 
Philip Wylie 
|Produced by:||Carl Laemmle, Jr.|
|Music by:||Heinz Roemheld |
|Cinematography:||Arthur Edeson |
|Edited by:||Ted J. Kent |
|Distributed by:||Universal Pictures|
|Released:||November 13th, 1933|
|Running time:||71 min.|
|Next:||Invisible Man Returns, The (1940)|
|Claude Rains||The Invisible Man, John Griffin|
|Gloria Stuart||Flora Cranley|
|William Harrigan||Doctor Arthur Kemp|
|Henry Travers||Doctor Cranley|
|Una O'Connor||Jenny Hall|
|Forrester Harvey||Herbert Hall|
|Holmes Herbert||Chief of police|
|E.E. Clive||Constable Jaffers|
|Dudley Digges||Chief Detective|
|Harry Stubbs||Inspector bird|
|Donald Stuart||Inspector Lane|
Uncredited cast Edit
Note: The following is taken from the full credits list for this entry on IMDB. As it is a website with user-submitted information, some of the data listed here, including character names may be inaccurate.
|Robert Adair||Detective Thompson|
|Ted Billings||Villager playing darts|
|Walter Brennan||Bicycle owner|
|John Carradine||Villager suggesting ink|
|Mary Gordon||Screaming woman|
|Tiny Jones||Townswoman at pub|
|Violet Kemble Cooper||Woman|
|Bob Reeves||Detective Hogan|
|Tom Ricketts||Old farmer with barn|
|Kathryn Sheldon||Orphanage worker|
|Emma Tansey||Old woman listening to radio|
|Jameson Thomas||Hospital doctor|
|Leo White||Man calling police|
|Bert Young||Railroad switchman|
- The Invisible Man is included on the Invisible Man: The Legacy Collection DVD set by Universal Studios, which was released on October 19th, 2004.
- The Invisible Man was filmed at Universal Studios at 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California. 
- The Invisible Man's full name is revealed to be John "Jack" Griffin in the 1940 sequel, The Invisible Man Returns.
- This is the first of three Invisible Man films that actress Mary Gordon appears in. She also plays Cookie in The Invisible Man Returns in 1940, and she plays Mrs. Bates in The Invisible Woman, which was also released in 1940.
Fun Facts Edit
Universal Monsters films
See also Edit
External Links Edit
- ↑ Screenwriter Preston Sturges is a contributing writer only. He is uncredited for his participation in this film.
- ↑ Screenwriter Philip Wylie is uncredited for his participation in this film.
- ↑ Composer Heinz Roemheld is uncredited for his participation in this film.
- ↑ Cinematographer Arthur Edeson's job description is credited as "camera" in this film.
- ↑ Editor Ted J. Kent is credited as Ted Kent in this film.
- ↑ IMDB; The Invisible Man (1933); Box office & business.
- ↑ IMDB; The Invisible Man (1933); Filming locations.
- ↑ IMDB; The Invisible Man (1933); Release info