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I Love a Mystery is a 1945 drama film directed by Henry Levin and starring Jim Bannon, Nina Foch, George Macready and Barton Yarborough. Based on Carlton E. Morse's popular radio serial of the same name, I Love a Mystery was the first of three Columbia "B" pictures inspired by the radio series and the only one actually based on a script written by Morse for the radio series. Two detectives, Jim Packard (Jim Bannon) and Doc Long (Barton Yarborough), make the acquaintance of Jefferson Monk (George Macready) in a nightclub they frequent. When a flaming desert is nearly spilled onto the trio, Monk informs them that it was meant for him. He explains that, according to a prophesy, he is to die in three days. Upon learning their profession, he hires them to protect him, particularly from a man with a peg leg and a valise, the latter (he suspects) to transport his decapitated head to the ancient secret society of the Barokan. The leader of the society, Mr. Gee (Lester Matthews), has offered...
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