The clip The invisible man reveals himself Part 2 from The Invisible Man (1933) with E.E. Clive, Claude Rains
Look. He's all eaten away.
How do you like that, eh?
It was 'orrible.
Jaffers, what do you think?
He's invisible, that's what's the matter.
If he gets the rest of them clothes off, we'll never catch him in a thousand years.
They've asked for it, the country bumpkins.
This'll give them a bit of a shock.
Something to write home about.
A nice bedtime story for the kids, too, if they want it.
Put the handcuffs on.
How can I handcuff a bloomin' shirt?
Quick! Get hold of him!
Are you satisfied now, you fools?
It's easy, really, if you're clever.
A few chemicals mixed together, that's all,
and flesh and blood and bone just fade away.
A little of this injected under the skin of the arm every day for a month.
An invisible man can rule the world.
Nobody will see him come, nobody will see him go.
He can hear every secret. He can rob and kill!
Not if he can't get no further than this room, he won't.
Here, shut that door.
You'd better come along quietly.