The Man Who Wasn't There (1983 film)

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The Man Who Wasn't There
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Theatrical poster with the tagline: "Being invisible gets you into spy rings, diplomatic circles, and the girl's locker room."
Directed by Bruce Malmuth
Produced by Frank Mancuso, Jr.
Written by Stanford Sherman
Music by Miles Goodman
Cinematography Frederick Moore
Edited by Harry Keller
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
August 12, 1983
Country United States
Language English
Box office $2,443,487[1]

The Man Who Wasn't There is a 1983 American 3-D comedy film directed by Bruce Malmuth and starring Steve Guttenberg.[2]


When he accidentally takes possession of a top-secret invisibility potion while en route to his wedding, government bureaucrat Sam Cooper (Steve Guttenberg) finds himself engulfed in a madcap free-for-all as Russians and other bad guys try to get the substance. To elude the Reds, his own State Department bosses and his livid fiancée, Cooper takes the vanishing juice himself—which only makes matters worse.



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