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Appears to be pretty good
- Oliver Cutshaw
In the later stages of their film career, Abbott and Costello made numerous "monster/killer" comedies. This one is pretty good. Not on a par with the Frankenstein film but pretty good. Arthur Franz plays the invisible man seriously so the film doesn't completely fall into the silly realm. The scenes with Costello boxing as Louie the Looper are the best. William Frawley appears, a few years away from his immortality as Fred Mertz in I Love Lucy. Anyway if you are fan of A and C, or old Universal horror movies take a look. Enjoy, but don't expect much, just relax and laugh.
abbott and costello meets the invisible man
- malcolm evans
yes i saw that picture in 1951 when it was first released i was only 9 years old but i remember itas though it was only yesterday i think it was one of abbott and costellos funniest moviesi saw it at the star picture theartre in launceston tasmania at the saturday afternoon matineeit is an excellent comedy so come along all you abbott and costello fans and purchase it from amazon firstname.lastname@example.org
Bud and Lou at the top of their game
A middleweight fighter, Tommy Nelson, is framed for murder by gangsters. Tommy asks his girlfreind's uncle, a research scientist working on a formula that makes lab animals invisible, to use the formula to prove his innocence. Bud and Lou are two novice detectives who assist Tommy in proving his innocence and avoiding the police. Lou then enters the ring to "fight" the top middleweight contender, with help from Tommy. Top notch special effects for 1951. A hilarious movie throughout. Dont miss the final scene with Lou in the hospital.