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A sequel to the Franchise/UniversalHorror film ''Film/TheInvisibleMan'', released in 1940.

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A sequel to the Franchise/UniversalHorror film ''Film/TheInvisibleMan'', ''Film/TheInvisibleMan1933'', released in 1940.

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* BenevolentBoss: Geoffrey is very well liked by his employees as a fair boss whom looks out for their pay and safety. Comes back to save him in the end as when he needs a blood transfusion, dozens of his men jump at the call to help.


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Geoffrey Radcliffe (Creator/VincentPrice in his debut in the horror film genre) was sentenced to death for killing his brother. Innocent to the crime, he escapes on the day of his supposed execution by injecting himself with the invisibility formula provided by Dr. Frank Griffin, the brother of the original invisible man. Now Geoffrey must find the real culprit while battling the insanity-causing side-effects of his condition.

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Geoffrey Radcliffe (Creator/VincentPrice (Creator/VincentPrice, in his debut in the first horror film genre) was role) is sentenced to death for killing his brother. Innocent to the crime, he escapes on the day of his supposed execution by injecting himself with the invisibility formula provided by Dr. Frank Griffin, the brother of the original invisible man. Now Geoffrey must find the real culprit while battling the insanity-causing side-effects of his condition.
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* InspectorJavert: Samson.


* CigarChomper: Inspector Sampson is always shown smoking a cigar.

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* CigarChomper: Inspector Sampson is always shown smoking a cigar. Justified in that he's using the smoke to detect the invisible man.

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A sequel to the Franchise/UniversalHorror film ''Film/TheInvisibleMan'', released in 1940.

Geoffrey Radcliffe (Creator/VincentPrice in his debut in the horror film genre) was sentenced to death for killing his brother. Innocent to the crime, he escapes on the day of his supposed execution by injecting himself with the invisibility formula provided by Dr. Frank Griffin, the brother of the original invisible man. Now Geoffrey must find the real culprit while battling the insanity-causing side-effects of his condition.

!!This film has examples of:

* BigBad: Richard Cobb, who framed Geoffrey for murder to take over his coal mining business.
* ChairmanOfTheBrawl: To even the odds against the invisible Geoffrey, Cobb turns out the lights in the room they're in and throws a chair at him.
* CigarChomper: Inspector Sampson is always shown smoking a cigar.
* ConspicuousGloves: Unlike its predecessor, the film is set in warmer weather, so it looks a bit strange for Geoffrey to wear them in most instances.
* {{Fainting}}:
** Helen faints when she, against Geoffrey's wishes, takes a look at him while he is removing the bandages from his face that conceal his invisibility.
** Spears after Geoffrey convinces him that he's a ghost, faints on the spot.
* DrunkOnTheDarkSide: Geoffrey inevitable starts acting crazy because of his condition, starting to think himself as god.
* KindRestraints: Geoffrey asks Frank to restrain him if he shows signs of invisibility formula's insanity. After a tense dinner scene with said friend and his love interest, Geoffrey is subdued and chained to a chair [[spoiler:and does indeed attack Frank]].
* RevengeOfTheSequel
* SeeTheInvisible: The constables stationed around almost catch Geoffrey when they spot him, his outlines revealed by the pouring rain. They also proceed to spray the insides of the house with gas in hopes of finding him there.

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