The Amazing Transparent Man (February 24, 1960)
Released February 24, 1960: (running time 58 minutes) A gangster escapes from prison and becomes an invisible bank robber, with the help of a scientist and a beautiful brunette.
Produced by Lester D. Guthrie
Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer
Written by Jack Lewis
The Actors: Marguerite Chapman (Laura Matson), Douglas Kennedy (Joey Faust), James Griffith (Major Paul Krenner), Ivan Triesault (Dr. Peter Ulof), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Julian), Cormel Daniel (Maria Ulof), Edward Erwin (Drake, Nuclear Security agent), Jonathan Ledford (Smith, Nuclear Security agent), Norman Smith (security guard), Patrick Cranshaw (first security guard), Kevin Kelly (woman in bank), Dennis Adams (State Policeman), Stacy Morgan (State Policeman)
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The Invisible Gangster and the Brunette Gun Moll
With four brothers, it was natural for athletic Marguerite to play baseball with them, earning the nickname ‘Slugger.’ As an adult, the beautiful blue-eyed brunette became a telephone switchboard operator in New York. Her boyfriend was Sherman Fairchild, an inventor and investor who built aircraft, cameras, semiconductors and more. Fairchild was friends with millionaire Howard Hughes, who also produced aircraft, as well as motion pictures.
While Fairchild and Marguerite were at a party given by Howard Hughes at his Long Island home, she was offered a screen test. Howard Hughes was preparing to film a movie called “The Outlaw.” It would be a new kind of western adventure, with a sultry, sexy leading lady. After watching Marguerite’s screen test, he told her that she was, “too much of a lady for me, and too much of a lady for the film. I’m going to send your test to Joe Schenck, chairman of 20th Century-Fox.”
Marguerite Chapman was signed to a contract and tutored to become an actor, filming 39 motion pictures between 1940 and 1960. In 1946 Adele Jergens was named the most beautiful blonde, Rita Hayworth was named the most beautiful redhead, and Marguerite Chapman was named the most beautiful brunette. Her last two motion pictures were the 1955 classic, “The Seven Year Itch,” as a secretary, and finally getting top billing in her last motion picture, this one. She also appeared in many television episodes, and her final appearance was in 1977 as a telephone operator in a Barnaby Jones television episode.
In this gangster science fiction adventure, she helps gangster Joey Faust, played by Douglas Kennedy, escape from prison. A mad military Major has taken a scientist hostage, and wants Joey to steal nuclear material for the scientist to use in his machine that will make people invisible.
The gangster has ideas of his own, and teams up with Marguerite Chapman to rob banks while he is invisible. All goes very well with the perfect crime spree until the side-effects of the invisible man start to take over. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Boyd 'Red' Morgan, Marguerite Chapman
Boyd 'Red' Morgan
Boyd 'Red' Morgan
Douglas Kennedy, Ivan Triesault, James Griffith
Douglas Kennedy, Ivan Triesault
Jonathan Ledford, Edward Erwin