Scent of Mystery
Scent of Mystery (1960)

An English aristocrat and a philosophical taxi driver travel in Spain. The running of the bulls, fiestas and dances are colorfully depicted. In a follow up to Aromarama, "Smell-O-Vision" makes its debut with viewers able to… More

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Bosley Crowther
New York Times

As theatrical exhibitionism, it is gaudy, sprawling and full of sound. But as an attempt at a considerable motion picture it has to be classified as bunk.

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Variety Staff

The picture -- with or without the smells -- is a fun picture, expertly directed by Jack Cardiff.

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TV Guide's Movie Guide

This beautifully photographed mystery/chase film takes its cast through the Spanish landscape, but the real star of the picture is "Smell-O-Vision."

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