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The Invisible Woman (1983)

In a research lab, a scientist's pet chimpanzee mixes up an invisibility formula. A young woman accidentally drinks the solution and becomes invisible.

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Alan J. Levi
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Denver ... Dr. Dudley Plunkett
Jonathan Banks ... Darren
David Doyle ... Neil Gilmore
George Gobel ... Dr. Farrington
Anne Haney ... Mrs. Van Dam
Harvey Korman ... Carlisle Edwards
Art LaFleur ... Phil
Garrett Morris ... Lieutenant Greg Larkin
Ron Palillo ... Spike Mitchell
Richard Sanders ... Orville
Mel Stewart ... Security Guard
Jack Bruno Tate Jack Bruno Tate ... Lieutenant Dan Williams
Alexa Hamilton ... Sandy Martinson
Scott Nemes Scott Nemes ... Rodney Sherman
Jake Steinfeld ... Attendant
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In a research lab, a scientist's pet chimpanzee mixes up an invisibility formula. A young woman accidentally drinks the solution and becomes invisible.

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Genres:

Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 February 1983 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Out of Sight See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

Late in the film, when Sandy is covered with mud, it is obvious that Alexa Hamilton is not actually nude. See more »

Quotes

Sandy Martinson: Uncle Dudley, I will do this part alone, okay?
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Better than Gilligan
26 November 2018 | by monastery-83917See all my reviews

Ironically, I did not like Bob Denver's TV series, Gilligan's Island, at all, but here as the Uncle for The Invisible Woman, I feel that the casting choice was quite appropriate for his role as Dudley Plunkett.

Alexa Hamilton was also fun, portraying as she did the protagonist who felt embarrassed and nonplussed at her bizarre situation.

Reluctant at first but then encouraged by her Uncle Dudley, she quickly accepts and even realizes the advantages of invisibility, especially with regard to her journalistic career.

The main appeal for myself here is the special effects. Especially impressive is the bathtub scene where we can see the soap suds eerily suspended around an invisible body. Quite realistic. Another favorite scene for me is the action of applying the makeup that restores her face to normal visibility as well as the scene in the car where she removes the makeup. Quite realistic to see her face disappear bit by bit.


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