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I Love a Mystery (1973)

Three insurance investigators search for a mysterious billionaire.

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Randolph Cheyne
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Doc Long
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Reggie York
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Job Cheyne
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Alexander Archer
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Gordon Elliott
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Charity
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Hope
Andre Philippe ...
Andre
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Telegram Girl
Inger Wegge ...
Gordon Elliott's secretary
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Three insurance investigators search for a mysterious billionaire.

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The plot of this film combines elements from two of the original "I LOVE A MYSTERY" radio serials: the disappearance of Alexander Archer from "The Fear That Creeps Like A Cat" and the three sisters/daughters Faith, Hope and Charity from "The Thing That Cried In The Night". See more »

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OK, here's how to get this rare movie!
28 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

All the reviewers express a wish for a copy of this movie, and there are probably many more who are interested. Here's how to get it: there is a DVD set of three old (1940's) "I Love A Mystery" films, which is put out by Onesmedia. Now, they include the 1973 film in the set, as a fourth film. It is available on Amazon, and I imagine other places as well.

For some unknown reason, the 1973 film was actually made in 1967, but did not air on TV until 1973! This is very puzzling, especially given such a talented cast. Perhaps it was a pilot for a TV series that didn't get picked up? But that's an awfully long time between the making of the movie and airing it.


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