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    The Invisible Man (Universal, 1933). Fine. Window Card (14" X 18.5").
    After the enormous success of Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), and The Mummy (1932), Universal Studios turned to a classic novel by Herbert George Wells for the next entry in their horror series. Written in 1897, The Invisible Man is the story of an ambitious young scientist whose experiments in light refraction go horribly awry. The title role went to a young, virtually unknown stage actor who had only appeared in one previous film named Claude Rains, the first and only choice of director James Whale. Although he is only seen in the final few moments of the film, Rains turns in a bravura performance, and one that instantly shot him to the top of Hollywood's A list. This rare window card has been trimmed in the top imprint area, and shows light smudges in the left border, a small paper lift in the top right corner, as well as some creases. These minor issues do not detract from this dramatic and highly desirable piece.


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