Being and nothingness

Being and nothingness

The invisible man is the Rodney Dangerfield of movie legends, consistently getting no respect since his glorious introduction in 1933. The Invisible Man was a high point in Universal's classic monsters series, distinguished by James Whale's witty direction, Claude Rains' star-making turn in the title role, and, of course, John Fulton's marvelous specia

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