If 500 monkeys typed on 500 typewriters for 500 years one of them might produce Hamlet. In two weeks, 12 of them would produce Mr. Superinvisible. This was a European attempt to duplicate Disney's successful family comedy format. They thought that by placing Dean Jones, a veteran of Disney films, in a starring role combined with the gimmick of invisibility they would produce a hit. Unfortunately, they were WRONG. Instead, they produced an idiotic, mind-numbing waste of time. Jones plays a scientist who receives a mysterious potion in the mail that bestows temporary invisibility upon whomever drinks it. When a gang of inept criminals learn of Jones' invisibility serum, naturally they go after him. There's a ridiculous chase scene and the climax is almost unbearably silly. Bad writing and overacting plague the film. It's the type of movie that gives the invisible man genre a bad name.
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