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Old 03-26-2013, 12:27 AM   #31
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I hate myself for not giving this movie a chance sooner. Claude Rains is outstanding.

Such an amazing film, that lives in the shadow of the bigger three.
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By far my favorite Universal classic.
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My second favorite old school Universal horror, right behind Frankenstein. It's incredible how well the movie holds up to this day.

So many great lines, and the scenes with Rains terrorizing the townspeople are hilarious. I still laugh my ass off when he knocks over the baby stroller.
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I love this movie. Claude Rains plays the most awesomely despicable twat in it. Such a brilliant character.
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My second favorite old school Universal horror, right behind Frankenstein. It's incredible how well the movie holds up to this day.

So many great lines, and the scenes with Rains terrorizing the townspeople are hilarious. I still laugh my ass off when he knocks over the baby stroller.

It's great.

I can't believe how amazing it looks, even the BluRay, there is only a small amount of scenes, where you can see a SMALL outline of the man. In most he is still completely invisible. It's so crazy how they did it.

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This one is very underrated and overlooked as everyone blows their wad on Dracula, The Wolfman and Frankenstein. Claude Raines is terrifying and hilarious in this, and for an old film the effects are very well done and still hold up today.

This and Black Lagoon are my fave Universal Horror movies.
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Great movie. Rains did a great job as the invisible man.
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How did they do it? When I was watching it, I was amazed! A great film!
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How did they do it? When I was watching it, I was amazed! A great film!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Inv...pecial_effects

Ingenious stuff, really. It's amazing, the ways in which they would pull this stuff off. Even now, those effects are impressive.
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Ingenious stuff, really. It's amazing, the ways in which they would pull this stuff off. Even now, those effects are impressive.
Yes! I think that's what I love most about any practical effect. It's like watching a magician and thinking," How did they do that?"
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