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Invisible Man - Season 2 (Bilingual)


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H.G. Wells’ classic tale of suspense and intrigue from the 1950s. A highly secret laboratory experiment that goes awry turns Dr. Peter Brady into the Invisible Man! Unable to return to a visible state, Brady is enlisted as the ultimate British secret agent.

In Season 2, the Invisible Man becomes even more involved in the dangerous the world of international intrigue. Highlights include stopping a plot to save the world from being conquered by an invisible army, assisting the British government to rid a small state of suspected arms dealers and risking his life to save a friend from being blown to bits by a bomb.

The Invisible Man Season 2 includes 13 remastered episodes.


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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Fun flashback to the fifties Feb. 1 2007
By nostalgiste - Published on Amazon.com
Probably because of its science fiction pedigree, this UK-produced series was typically positioned as a kid's show in the US market, airing in afternoons/early evenings. A bit ironic, in view of the adult-ish themes of most episodes: espionage, political intrigue, crime and conspiracy, even drug dealing. The thirteen season two episodes are presented on two discs; video transfers are crisp and clean with decent audio quality.

For the television Anglophile, these shows are a terrific video time capsule. Episode guest slots are filled with a stellar array of the era's movie/TV talent: Barbara Shelley, Duncan Lamont, Derren Nesbitt, Charles Gray, Sarah Lawson, Michael Ripper, and many others - some almost forgotten today. Also included is a delightful late fifties ambience, featuring staunchly British things like Hillman Minxes, Humber Super Snipes, and wonderful stock footage of RAF V-bombers roaring through the skies of cold war Britain. Often there's even local color on tap (pun intended): in episode "The Decoy", several minutes of location footage are shot both inside and outside a quaintly tudoresque Thames-side public house, The London Apprentice (apparently still in existence, judging from the pub review websites).
0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
invisible man season 2 / diet book March 30 2012
By C. Kershaw-banner - Published on Amazon.com
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recieved in tact and reviewed. both items great. the dvd perfect and what i wanted. the diet book a very interesting book and also has lots of interesting menu's for different levels for people who my want to go on the diet. ie start western and reduce to a intact to a pure level.


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