The Invisible Woman 1940
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But the Professor wasn't about to give up. He and Kitty arrived at Richard's cabin by the lake; she disrobed, and they waited. Meanwhile, the cold and damp gave way to cold and rainy, and it occurred to the Professor that maybe they shouldn't have left Kitty's clothes outside. And as he hung up the garments on a makeshift clothesline — and as Kitty, unclad and freezing, kept sneaking drinks — Richard returned, and was startled by what he didn't see, though he was sure it wasn't worth seeing: "Any girl who'd become invisible can't be very easy on the eyes." Kitty, miffed, demanded to be returned to visibility, but the formula hadn't worn off yet, and wouldn't, said the Professor, until morning.

Having made his, um, presentation, the Professor retired for the night, and Richard and Kitty were left to snipe at each other. Something to see Finally wearying of his tauntings, she decided to show him a thing or two, so to speak, and donned the one item of clothing that wasn't still wet — a pair of stockings. Richard was, to say the least, taken aback.

"Does the rest of you follow this same interesting pattern?" he asked.

"None of your business," she snapped.

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