History Film / TheInvisibleMan

6th Jun '16 4:32:21 PM Doug86
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''The Invisible Man'' is a 1933 UniversalHorror film, directed by James Whale and starring Creator/ClaudeRains. It is based on [[Literature/TheInvisibleMan the novel]] by Creator/HGWells.

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''The Invisible Man'' is a 1933 UniversalHorror Franchise/UniversalHorror film, directed by James Whale and starring Creator/ClaudeRains. It is based on [[Literature/TheInvisibleMan the novel]] by Creator/HGWells.
24th Feb '16 7:35:51 PM FactoidCow
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* InvisibleStomachVisibleFood: The film doesn't actually ''show'' the trope, but Griffin mentions that any food he eats will be visible inside him until digested, as in the original novel.
30th Sep '15 10:49:05 PM PaulA
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* GenreSavvy: Most of the people who hunt Griffin or suggest ways to look for him.
** As is Griffin himself, who explains the limitations of his abilities, and figures out the plan of the Police to protect Kemp from him.
30th Sep '15 10:05:51 PM Elan
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** As is Griffin himself, who explains the limitations of his abilities, and figures out the plan of the Police to protect Kemp from him.
4th Aug '15 3:03:58 PM BobTanaka
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* MoodWhiplash: A comedic scene where the Invisible Man chases the Iping villagers out of the pub ends with him suddenly bashing the inspector's head in with a stool.

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* MoodWhiplash: A comedic scene where the Invisible Man chases the Iping villagers out of the pub ends with him suddenly murdering the police inspector by bashing the inspector's his head in with a stool.
4th Aug '15 2:59:32 PM BobTanaka
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* MoodWhiplash: A comedic scene where the Invisible Man chases the Iping villagers out of the pub ends with him suddenly bashing the inspector's head in with a stool.
4th Aug '15 2:46:33 PM BobTanaka
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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: Kemp has been altered from a decent, courageous man who serves as Griffin's nemesis to a cowardly jerk who hits on Griffin's girlfriend and spends most of the film in a state of blind panic.

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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: AdaptationPersonalityChange: Kemp has been altered from a decent, courageous man who serves as Griffin's nemesis to a cowardly jerk who hits on Griffin's girlfriend and spends most of the film in a state of blind panic.
4th Aug '15 2:46:18 PM BobTanaka
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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: Kemp has been altered from a decent, courageous man who serves as Griffin's nemesis to a cowardly jerk who hits on Griffin's girlfriend and spends most of the film in a state of blind panic.
4th Aug '15 2:36:27 PM BobTanaka
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* BadassBoast: Griffin gives one shortly after his unveiling:
--> "An invisible man can rule the world. No one will see him come, no one will see him go. He can hear every secret. He can rob, and rape, and ''kill''!"
30th Jun '15 1:41:46 PM erforce
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* AdaptationExpansion: The movie adds a subplot about Griffin's girlfriend (played by a very young Gloria Stewart, now better known as the old Rose from ''Film/{{Titanic}}'').

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* AdaptationExpansion: The movie adds a subplot about Griffin's girlfriend (played by a very young Gloria Stewart, now better known as the old Rose from ''Film/{{Titanic}}'').''Film/{{Titanic|1997}}'').
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