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The Invisible Man 1933 Ultimate Guide

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The Invisible Man 1933 Ultimate Guide evokes the brochure you might have bought at the cinema in 1933!

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There’s a new guest at The Lion’s Head, and he wants to be left alone with his lab equipment… our beautiful full-colour celebration of 1933’s The Invisible Man will take you right back to the mystery and drama of this classic movie.

Authors Nige Burton and Jamie Jones explore the production of this beloved movie, from Claude Rains’ powerful central performance and James Whale’s distinctive direction, to the astonishing special effects that still look amazing in the age of CGI.

The Invisible Man magazine guide will bring back plenty of memories of this cinematic milestone. It’s packed with stills, posters and information, with biographies telling the stories of the talented cast and crew. There’s also plenty of trivia about what went on behind the scenes, making this Invisible Man magazine guide the perfect complement to a viewing of the film itself.

This product is also available signed by the authors with a FREE art print, but there are only 250 copies available. Click here to view the special signed edition!

The first 250 copies of this item are signed by both authors and come with a FREE Invisible Man art print – click here to view the special edition!

This title is also available as a limited edition signed hardback – click here to view this luxury version!

  • 36 pages
  • A4
  • Full colour throughout
  • Luxury matt laminated cover

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1 review for The Invisible Man 1933 Ultimate Guide

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Outstanding review of this groundbreaking special effects tribute to HG Wells novel. Great insight into the players who made this movie shocking to theatergoers in 1933. Well written!

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