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H.G. Well’s 1897 masterful tale of madness and scientific advancement, The Invisible Man, found a comedic interpretation in March of 1951 when the film Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man hit theaters. Coming eighteen years after the release of Universal's 1933 hit The Invisible Man, Abbott...

The honeymoon is still going strong for Universal Pictures' The Bride of Frankenstein, celebrating its eightieth anniversary on April 22, 2015. After the massive success of 1931's Frankenstein, Universal Studios brought back the original Frankenstein producer Carl Laemmle Jr. and director James Whale to pick up the story of their last film. Interestingly,...

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