The Invisible Ray1936
The Invisible Ray (1936)
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as Dr. Janos Rukh
as Dr. Felix Benet
as Diane Rukh
as Mother Rukh
as Ronald Drake
as Sir Francis Stevens
as Lady Arabella Stevens
as Chief of Surete
as Prof. Meiklejohn
as Monsieur Noyer
as Mme. Noyer
as No. 1 Boy
Critic Reviews for The Invisible Ray
As the story unreels, you realize that this is just another case of a man's manager bringing him along too fast. It is no wonder Karloff's mind cracks under the strain.
It's briskly staged with some fine camerawork, and Karloff -- turned into a radioactive killer and melting down a symbolic statue after each death on his vengeance trail against his wife and the colleagues he feels have betrayed him -- is great.
other than being lightly entertaining, this science fiction pic is no Frankenstein.
Lesser of Lugosi-Karloff pairings, still not bad
What really sells the film is less its impressive look and sound or unusually expansive length, but more the fact that it's completely all about its two stars.
Audience Reviews for The Invisible Ray
An OK movie but I really didn't start getting into it until Karloff started suffering from the effects of the radiation poisoning
Interesting story and I loved Lugosi as Karloff's sidekick. Karloff's sidekick? FUCK YOU!
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