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Mr. Superinvisible (1970)

L'inafferrabile invincibile Mr. Invisibile (original title)
A superhero becomes invisible after he swallows an Indian potion.

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(as Anthony M. Dawson)

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(screenplay) (as Luis Marquina Pichot), (novel) (as Mary Eller) | 1 more credit »
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Peter Denwell
Gastone Moschin ...
Kokofrecovitch
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Irene
Rafael Alonso ...
Flauvin
Roberto Camardiel ...
Beithel
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Raymond (as Alan Collins)
Amalia de Isaura ...
Mamma Spot
Marco Morelli ...
Archer
Franco Ressel
Bruno Boschetti
Liana Del Balzo
Giacomo Furia
Ignazio Leone
Mirella Pamphili
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A superhero becomes invisible after he swallows an Indian potion.

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He's just about the nicest guy you never saw


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17 September 1970 (Italy)  »

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2.35 : 1
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The first theatrical film release from K-Tel Records. The film was usually shown in theatrical release as a Saturday and Sunday children's matinee presentation. See more »

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Slapstick fun, Italian style
17 February 2015 | by (Toledo, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Peter (Dean Jones)is the proverbial absent minded professor. In his lab, he is working on a cure for the common cold and he believes he is close to discovery. Naturally, others want such a formula and will try to steal it. Also, the building where Peter works is owned by a stuffy businessman who just happens to have one beautiful girlfriend. In the elevator, Peter makes known his admiration for this lady and she smiles. Perhaps, there is hope. Yet, things go awry. The formula might cure the cold but it also renders the "taker" invisible. Accidentally, Peter drinks it and must rely on his faithful dog to help him go places. This creates some funny happenings as police believe the dog is driving the car! Sensing an opportunity, Peter also makes havoc in a restaurant where Mr. Stuffy has taken Miss Beautiful. This includes spilled beverages, falls off chairs and so on. Will Peter find an antidote, become wealthy, and get the girl? You bet! This Italian film features one American actor, Jones, surrounded by Europeans. Even so, it is in English, making it fun for USA audiences as well as those the world over. After all, humor and plenty of it is what all viewers love. Candidly, the film does look like one from the seventies, with costumes and sets from the capabilities of the times. But, just as silent films are still enjoyed, this one will be entertaining in a classical way. Fans of Jones and anyone who wants to get some belly laughs will be smart to find Mr. Superinvisible wherever possible.


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