The release of this 1960 Smell-O-Vision curio, Scent Of Mystery, which was re-released in 1962 as a Cinerama film, blown-up from its original TODD-AO 70mm master, has actually been released after all. It sneaked out in November 2014 and passed many of us by. Surprisingly, it was not released by Flicker Alley, who many of us thought where the sole supplier of these remastered Cinerama films.
It is not available on DVD but the set includes the Blu-ray and the Original Soundtrack CD. composed by Mario Nascimbene.
Obviously, it would have been a real gem if the original Smell-O-Vision elements were included, but I presume that it’s all been lost now, as has the ludicrous format altogether. But at least this obscure movie has found its way back to life through the Cinerama format, no less that TWICE. Though it has had a massive restoration, it is not…
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