The Man Who Wasn't There (1983)
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A State Department employee finds an egg-shaped device with a green fluid inside that makes the person who drinks it invisible. He finds himself being chased by foreign agents who want the substance.
Being invisible gets you into spy rings, diplomatic circles, and the girl's locker room.
Title: Man Who Wasn't There, The
Release Date: August 12, 1983
Runtime: 111 mins
All Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Romance, Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating: 3.4
Buried.com Rating: 4.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With M
MPAA Rating: R
Edwin M. Adams ...Hotel Manager (as Edwin Adams)
Jerry Anderson ...Old Inside Attendant
Harold Ayer ...Old Outside Attendant
Vincent Baggetta ...Riley
John C. Becher ...Cherub
Martin Becker ...Second Cop
Val Bettin ...Monocle
Lisa Borges ...Nymphet
Charlie Brill ...Rostoloni
Don Calfa ...Tohfo
Ron Canada ...Barker
Lila H. Checa ...Spanish Maid
Frank H. Conn ...Cop in Hotel (as Frank Conn)
Terrence Currier ...Hermann Runkelman
Dante D'Andre ...General Cornitos
Richard DeAngelis ...Cab Driver (as Richard De Angelis)
Dean Dittman ...Inside Attendant
Franchelle Stewart Dorn ...Sarah Runkelman (as Fran Dorn)
Deborah Dutch ...Miss Dawson (as Debbie Dutch)
Michael Ensign ...Assistant Secretary
Miguel Ferrer ...Waiter
William Forsythe ...Pug Face Crusher (as Bill Forsythe)
Steve Guttenberg ...Samuel 'Sam' Cooper
Peter Hansen ...Police Lieutenant (as Peder Hansen)
Morgan Hart ...Amanda / Ten Duyck
Art Hindle ...Ted Durand
Leslie Hunt ...Nymphet (as Leslie J. Hunt)
Lisa Langlois ...Cindy Worth
Andrea Levine ...Nymphet
Jean Levy ...Lady in Hallway (as Jen Levy)
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Frank Mancuso Jr.
More Movie Taglines:
- Being invisible gets you into spy rings, diplomatic circles, and the girl's locker room.
- The funniest thing you've never seen!
- Steve Guttenberg's first leading role.
Members of Director Bruce Mulmuth's family have cameos in the film.
Most of the 3-D scenes were shot on both green and blue screens to go along with the actual stunts performed on the set during filming.
The "invisible" liquid featured in the little glass viels is actually Blueberry Kool Aid.
The film was intended to be a Cold War espionage remake of "The Invisible Man".
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