Invisible Ghost

1941 film by Joseph H. Lewis

Invisible Ghost is a 1941 film about a town's leading citizen who becomes a homicidal maniac after his wife deserts him.

Directed by Joseph H. Lewis. Written by Helen Martin.
THE PHANTOM KILLER STRIKES! Only a terrified woman knows the secret of this ghostly murderer...who strikes in the night and leaves no clues---but his victims!  (taglines)

OtherEdit

  • Evans the Butler: If it's exercise you want, you can get plenty of that in the kitchen.
  • Mrs. Kessler: I'm afraid to come home, he'd kill me, he'd kill anybody.

DialogueEdit

Charles Kessler: What's the matter with Miss Mannix?
Evans the Butler: I thought she was doing her exercises, but she's dead.

Charles Kessler: I must have been sleepwalking.
Paul Dickson: You did better than I, I couldn't get to sleep.

Evans the Butler: Do I look pale?
Jules Mason: No.
Evans the Butler: I feel pale.

TaglinesEdit

  • THE PHANTOM KILLER STRIKES! Only a terrified woman knows the secret of this ghostly murderer...who strikes in the night and leaves no clues---but his victims!
  • Out of the darkness comes the ear-piercing cry of a terrified girl...

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