Frank Raymond, grandson of the original Invisible Man, still has the old formula but considers it too dangerous to use, even when Axis agents try to get it. But Pearl Harbor brings him to volunteer his own services as an invisible agent in Germany. Though a bit cold (clothes aren't invisible), his adventures are more comedy than thriller (with occasional grim reminders) as he makes fools of Nazi officials and romances a luscious double agent, in search of Hitler's secret plan...Written by
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Frank Raymond is the grandson of the original Invisible Man Jack Griffin. He is happily and safely living in the United States. World War breaks out and the German agents are wanting the information for invisibility. Frank gets away from the German agents and becomes an invisible secret agent for the U.S. government. He ends up falling in-love with a beautiful double agent.
This is a fun war-drama. It's comical in a way but makes for an exciting game of spy vs. spy, cat-n-mouse film. A few fun things happen when the Invisible Agent shows up.
The opening scene is great - I wish they would have kept the rest of the film this eerie but I still enjoyed the fun of the movie.
Worth watching if you like the older war films and/or the Universal Horror Invisible Man series.
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