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Scent of Mystery (1960) was a Mystery Film directed by Jack Cardiff .

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This film was shown (at least in New York City) as a "Smell-o-Vision" movie. The theatre was equipped with a system that gave off various odors in sync with the film. The opening scene involved a butterfly flitting through a peach grove, with accompanying delicious odors. Later on, a barrel of wine fell off a cart going up a hill, and rolled down the street only to smash at the bottom, again to the accompanying odor. Correction - it's a rose garden, not a peach garden. The film played in several cities besides New York, including Los Angeles and Chicago.
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