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Doug Baily's father is weird, but a strange machine in the garage now makes him invisible too. Its a roller coaster ride of fun and hijinks as Doug tries to turn his invisible dad back to normal again. Written by
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Features Daran Norris, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, and Peter Spellos, all three are voice actors. See more »
During the scene in the police station when the cop and store owner are getting hit by the mop wielded by the invisible dad, you can clearly see a non-invisible hand at the edge of the screen holding the mop and poking it at the pair. See more »
Andrew Bailey (Daran Norris)is an architect who has been moving from job to job, in a variety of cities, much to the dislike of his son, Doug. Their new abode, however, turns out to be the former home of a couple of wacky scientists. It sure picks up Doug's spirits when he finds a machine designed to render people invisible and change time, in the garage! It works well for a couple of practice runs. However, one day Doug turns his Dad invisible, just as the machine breaks down. Dad has a big project due soon for his firm, too. What's a new boy in town supposed to do? This film may be formulaic, yes, but it is still fun. In fact, sometimes a formula is comforting as the viewer knows this is going to be another great entry in family fare. The actors are all unknown, except, perhaps, Karen Black, yet they all fulfill the dramatic demands of their roles quite well. There is a romance, bad guys, heroes, far-out science, and more to make a child's face light up. Try it and have good family film fest.
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