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The Mystery of the Moonlight Sonata

1935

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  • The unusual premise means for a while it's not even clear what the mystery is — we see the murder as it occurs and it all seems straightforward enough — but eventually settles into a plodding investigation headed by walrus-mustached, not particularly intriguing Inspector Lund (Louis De Bree). (Though I enjoyed his nonplussed response at surviving assassination via tampered tea: "Nothing special. Someone just tried to poison me.")