|The Invisible Menace|
|Directed by||John Farrow|
|Written by||Crane Wilbur|
|Based on||play Without Warning by Ralph Spencer Zink|
|Produced by||Bryan Foy|
Hal B. Wallis
Jack L. Warner
|Cinematography||L. William O'Connell|
|Edited by||Harold McLernon|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
An army private (Craven) and his new bride (Wilson) are trying to honeymoon on an island occupied by the military and a murderer.
- Boris Karloff as Mr. Jevries, aka Dolman
- Marie Wilson as Sally Wilson Pratt
- Eddie Craven as Pvt. Eddie Pratt
- Regis Toomey as Lt. Matthews
- Henry Kolker as Col. George Hackett
- Cy Kendall as Col. Bob Rogers
- Charles Trowbridge as Dr. Brooks
- Eddie Acuff as Cpl. Sanger
- Frank Faylen as Al (private of the guard)
- Phyllis Barry as Mrs. Aline Dolman
- Harland Tucker as Ted Reilly
- William Haade as Pvt. Ferris
- John Ridgely as Pvt. Innes (scenes deleted)
- Jack Mower as Sgt. Peterson
- Anderson Lawler as Pvt. Abbott (as Anderson Lawlor)
- John Harron as Pvt. Murphy
Wyman was replaced by Marie Wilson. Filming started August 1937.
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