Invisible Enemy (April 4, 1938)

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Invisible Enemy
 

Released on April 4, 1938: A British playboy must woo the wife of a villanous Russian tycoon to save the world from war.

Produced by John H. Auer

Directed by John H. Auer

The Actors: Alan Marshal (Jeffrey Clavering), Tala Birell (Sandra Kamarov), Mady Correll (Princess Stephanie), C. Henry Gordon (Nikolai Kamarov), Herbert Mundin (Sergeant Alfred Murgatroyd Higgs), Gerald Oliver Smith (Bassett, Clavering's servant), Ivan F. Simpson (Michael, Nikolai's secretary), Elsa Buchanan (Sophia, Sandra's maid), Dwight Frye (Alex), Leonard Willey (Sir Herbert Donbridge), Ian Maclaren (Sir Joshua Longstreet), Egon Brecher (Kirman), Frank Puglia (Signor Bramucci), Sidney Bracey (Kamarov's butler who likes Sophia), Lawrence Grant (foreign diplomat), Keith Hitchcock (unknown), Paul Sutton (chauffeur Paul), Wilhelm von Brincken (foreign diplomat)

 

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The Playboy Spy and the Villain's Wife

Remind me to tell you about the Invisible Enemy before I’m finished. As our adventure opens we see several gray haired gentlemen sitting sullenly around a large conference table in complete silence. Finally there is a knock on the door. Sir Herbert Donbridge smiles and exclaims ‘that must be him’ and opens the door to a smiling devil-may-car playboy in evening clothes.

Jeff Clavering is wondering why these august leaders of British industry have taken him away from his evening of wine, women and song. Sir Donbridge informs him that he asked Scotland Yard to find Clavering and bring him to this room. Then Sir Donbridge starts reading from a secret dossier on Jeff.

It seems that before his playboy days he was an invaluable agent for British Military Intelligence . . . Until he met Sandra in Paris. When he started his love affair with Sandra, he neglected his work, squandered his fortune on good times with Sandra, and even spent government money that he was entrusted with on Sandra, before getting Royally kicked out of the service.

The smiling Clavering quickly agrees to the facts and wonders aloud where that girl has gotten to these days. Sir Donbridge informs Jeff that she is now the wife of the most powerful and villainous Russian industrialist tycoon Nikolai Kamarov, and for King and Country Jeff must find Sandra and woo her to get secret information about a dastardly plot to control all of the oil reserves in the world.

Suddenly a gloved hand quietly opens the door to the conference room and the hand switches off the lights. Then a shadowy figure appears on the other side of the room and Clavering jumps to his feet and struggles with the dark figure. The men struggle, but the dark intruder gets away from Clavering.

The door opens again and a man enters firing several quick shots at the dark intruder, who fires back before disappearing into the night. When the lights come back on the entire dossier on Jeff Clavering is missing.

Sir Donbridge informs Jeff that the villain Kamarov may have outsmarted them already, and will now know that Jeff will be after him, so now Jeff is a target for death, even if he doesn’t accept this assignment.

Sir Donbridge offers Jeff ten thousand pounds and a clean record if he can get this job done, but Jeff declines. As he is leaving the room, the smiling playboy turns and says that he will do the job for fifty thousand pounds instead of ten, and his offer is immediately agreed to.

Thus begins a spy adventure story that is as intriguing for 1938 as any Bond story of the future.

Oh, thanks for reminding me about the Invisible Enemy . . . . Master spy Jeff Clavering is sitting at dinner with the villain Kamarov, and in the basement is a mad scientist with a diabolical electrical machine that fills the room. This machine is connected to the chair that Clavering is sitting in, and when the villain presses a button, electrical juices will flow to the chair that our spy is sitting in and he will fall dead from an apparent heart attack.

The moment arrives . . . The scientist has warmed up the diabolical machine in the basement . . . The villain Kamarov presses the button . . . . And super spy Jeff Clavering collapses face first on the table top. . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Alan Marshal
Alan Marshal
Mady Correll and Alan Marshall
Mady Correll and Alan Marshall
Tala Birell and Alan Marshal
Tala Birell and Alan Marshal
Alan Marshal
Alan Marshal
Alan Marshal and Leonard Willey
Alan Marshal and Leonard Willey
Alan Marshal and Mady Correll
Alan Marshal and Mady Correll
Alan Marshal and Leonard Willey
Alan Marshal and Leonard Willey
Alan Marshal
Alan Marshal
Alan Marshall and Gerals Oliver Smith
Alan Marshall and Gerals Oliver Smith
C. Henry Gordon
C. Henry Gordon
C. Henry Gordon and Dwight Frye
C. Henry Gordon and Dwight Frye
C. Henry Gordon and Ivan F. Simpson
C. Henry Gordon and Ivan F. Simpson
C. Henry Gordon and Tala Birell
C. Henry Gordon and Tala Birell
C. Henry Gordon
C. Henry Gordon
C. Henry Gordon
C. Henry Gordon
Dwight Frye and Ivan F. Simpson
Dwight Frye and Ivan F. Simpson
Dwight Frye
Dwight Frye
Egon Brecher and C. Henry Gordon
Egon Brecher and C. Henry Gordon
Egon Brecher and Herbert Mundin
Egon Brecher and Herbert Mundin
Egon Brecher
Egon Brecher
Elsa Buchanan and Herbert Mundin
Elsa Buchanan and Herbert Mundin
Elsa Buchanan
Elsa Buchanan
Gerald Oliver Smith
Gerald Oliver Smith
Gerald Oliver Smith
Gerald Oliver Smith
Herbert Mundin
Herbert Mundin
Herbert Mundin, C. Henry Gordon and Alan Marshal
Herbert Mundin, C. Henry Gordon and Alan Marshal
Herbert Mundin and Alan Marshal
Herbert Mundin and Alan Marshal
Herbert Mundin and Alan Marshal
Herbert Mundin and Alan Marshal
Herbert Mundin
Herbert Mundin
Leonard Willey and Ian MacLaren
Leonard Willey and Ian MacLaren
Mady Correll
Mady Correll
Mady Correll
Mady Correll
Mady Correll
Mady Correll
Paul Sutton
Paul Sutton
Tala Birell and Elsa Buchanan
Tala Birell and Elsa Buchanan
Tala Birell
Tala Birell
Tala Birell
Tala Birell
Tala Birell and C. Henry Gordon
Tala Birell and C. Henry Gordon