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THE INVISIBLE MAN - Saturday Frights Podcast

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This week's Saturday Frights Podcast is about the 1933 Universal Pictures SciFi-Horror Movie The Invisible Man starring Claude Rains and Gloria Stuart. The Invisible Man was based on H.G. Wells' 1897 science fiction novel of the same name.

 

The Saturday Frights Podcast is a weekly Retro/Horror podcast that takes a look back at classic horror movies and television shows of yesteryear, and is hosted by The Retroist's Vic Sage! If you enjoy classic horror movies and television I hope you'll find the time to give the Saturday Frights Podcast a listen. Maybe it will become part of your weekly routine!

 

 

 

 

Listen to the Saturday Frights Podcast here:

 

https://ia601505.us.archive.org/9/items/SaturdayFrightsEp45TheInvisibleMan/Saturday-Frights-Ep-45-The-Invisible-Man.mp3

 

 

 

 

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You can also search iTunes for Saturday Frights Podcast, or visit Saturday Frights here at The Retroist:

http://www.retroist.com/2015/10/10/saturday-frights-ep-45-the-invisible-man/

 

 

Here's what Vic Sage had to say about the episode:

 

 

Saturday Frights Podcast - Episode 045 - The Invisible Man

 

View this episode at The Retroist

 

Welcome back friends to the Saturday Frights Podcast! Each podcast my co-host, the Projectionist and I will discuss a particular horror movie or horror themed TV episode from the Retroist Vault. This week we briefly discuss the 1933 classic film “The Invisible Man” and the Projectionist has brought along some vintage Drive-In ads for your listening pleasure.

 

If you have any comments or feedback for the Projectionist and I you can contact us at by way of VicSage@Retroist.com. You can also reach us by Twitter and of course on Facebook

 
 
 

TRIVIA: In 2008 The Invisible Man was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."

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