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Amazing Transparent Man


1960      

Joey Faust (Douglas Kennedy), notorious safecracker and hood, is aided in an escape from prison and joins Laura (Marguerite Chapman), who is waiting nearby in a getaway car. Faust has never seen this. hard, worldly-wise woman before and is suspicious, but has no alternative but to go with her, although he doesn't know why his break has been arranged.
Hours later, Faust and Laura arrive at a secluded Texas ranch, where they are greeted by Major Krenner (James Griffith), a master spy, who tells Faust he has been freed for one reason: To help steal fissionable materials for the experiments of Dr. Ulof (Ivan Triesault), a refugee scientist being held by Krenner. Faust refuses until Krenner threatens to turn him in for the reward-dead. Julian (Red Morgan), the owner of the. ranch, also is held in Krenner's power for some unexplained reason and has become a devout servant and bodyguard.
In the lab, Krenner explains that Ulof has developed a ray that will make a man invisible; it is demonstrated and Faust agrees to

go along, realizing the potential for committing robberies while invisible; this, of course, he does not discuss with Krenner, who is intent only upon obtaining enough fissionable materials to make an entire army invisible.
Subjected to the ray, Faust enters a high security area and walks away with radio-active materials. An all-out alarm fails to halt him, and he is convinced he can rob a bank in the same way.
Among the materials stolen is a new one, X-13, and Ulof tests this upon him against his will. He is fearful of the effects, but since Krenner is holding his teen-age daughter as a hostage, he ~has little recourse. He soon finds, however, that the excessive radiation poisoning will soon prove fatal to Faust.
Again invisible and sent out to obtain more of the necessary materials, Faust double-crosses Krenner, and robs a bank . . .



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