I watched this 1940 Universal Pictures release of the H.G. Wells story, The Invisible Man Returns on Svengoolie. The horror/science fiction film, the second in The Invisible Man series, was directed by Joe May (was an Austrian film director and film producer and one of the pioneers of German cinema). The movie takes place 9 years after the first finding Sir Geoffrey Radcliffe sentenced to death for killing his brother, which he did not. Dr. Frank Griffin, the brother to the original invisible man, inject him with Duocane (it was Monocane in the first movie) and makes him invisible.
He escapes from prison and Scotland Yard starts their investigation to solve this mystery. Our new invisible man is Vincent Price (Tower of London, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, The Three Musketeers, House of Wax, The Ten Commandments, The Fly, House on Haunted Hill, Pit and the Pendulum, Tales of Terror, Tower of London, Beach Party, The Haunted Palace, Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine, Edward Scissorhands) who is only visible for 1 minute of the movie.