In 1933, The Invisible Man snook its way into cinemas. The science-fiction horror movie, released by Universal Pictures, was based on the book of the same name by H. G. Wells and followed the story of a scientist who manages to turn himself invisible.
Upon release, Universal Pictures’ The Invisible Man was a hit with audiences, and quickly led to a series of follow-ups. But how many Universal Pictures Invisible Man movies are there?
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The Universal Pictures Invisible Man movies in order
To date there are seven entries in Universal Pictures’ Invisible Man movie series. The movies appear in the following order:
- The Invisible Man (1933)
- The Invisible Man Returns (1940)
- The Invisible Woman (1940)
- Invisible Agent (1942)
- The Invisible Man’s Revenge (1944)
- Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951)
- The Invisible Man (2020)
Are all of the Universal Pictures Invisible Man movies part of the same series?
The films released between 1933 and 1951 are viewed as the ‘classic era’ of the character, so are somewhat defined by their era. However, The Invisible Man movie series as a whole is largely viewed as being fragmented, with the films being disconnected from each other.
Are the Invisible Man movies the work of the same director?
The Invisible Man movies are the work of multiple directors. James Whale directed The Invisible Man 1933, Joe May directed The Invisible Man Returns, A. Edward Sutherland directed The Invisible Woman, Edwin L. Marin directed Invisible Agent, Ford Beebe directed The Invisible Man’s Revenge, Charles Lamont directed Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, and Leigh Whannell directed The Invisible Man 2020.
Who are the cast of the Invisible Man movies?
Notable cast members in the Universal Pictures Invisible Man movie series include Claude Rains, Vincent Price, John Sutton, Alan Napier, Virginia Bruce, John Barrymore, Jon Hall, Peter Lorre, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Arthur Franz, Elisabeth Moss, and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.
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