The Invisible Killer (1939)

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A fiendish killer uses sound waves to commit his murders.


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Director:

Sam Newfield

Writers:

Maxwell Shane (story "The Fox and the Hound"), Joseph O'Donnell (screenplay)

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28 May 2010 | asinyne
5
| Grace Bradley was smoking hot!
OK, I'm reviewing this film for one reason only...I really liked the leading lady. She was stunning, truly drop dead beautiful. Amazingly, she is almost a dead ringer for Fay Wray! I'm a huge Fay Wray fan so I noticed this right away. The movie is really average at best, the only real reason I kept watching was to see more of lovely Grace. There wasn't much of a plot and the rest of the cast were pretty lame. The strange thing about some of these old movies is the simple fact that had they added a couple of good shootouts or brawls, they would have managed to hold one's attention much better. I recall some movies much worse than this one that stick in my memory because they offered a couple of nice action sequences. Maybe the budget wouldn't allow? Anyhow, this one is worthwhile if you want to see a remarkable beauty. "What a Gal!" ...indeed!

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Release Date:

14 November 1939

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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