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The Unknown (1946 film)

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The Unknown
"The Unknown" (1946).jpg
Directed byHenry Levin
Produced byWallace MacDonald
Written byCarlton E. Morse
Charles O'Neal
Dwight V. Babcock
Based onradio play Faith, Hope and Charity Sisters by Malcolm Stuart Boylan and Julian Harmon
StarringKaren Morley
Jim Bannon
Jeff Donnell
Narrated byFrank Martin
CinematographyHenry Freulich
Edited byArt Seid
(as Arthur Seid)
Columbia Pictures
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
  • July 4, 1946 (1946-07-04)
Running time
71 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Unknown is a 1946 American mystery film directed by Henry Levin made by Columbia Pictures as the third and final part of its I Love a Mystery series based on the popular radio program.[1] The previous films were I Love a Mystery (1945) and The Devil's Mask (1946).[2]

It was a loose adaptation of the I Love a Mystery radio episode Faith, Hope, and Charity, Sisters,[3] which was remade in a later version of the radio series, in '49, as The Thing That Cries in the Night, starring Russell Thorson, Jim Boles, and Tony Randall as the private detectives, and Mercedes MacCambridge as the stewardess and Cherry (Charity).

It was known as The Coffin.[4]


Critical reception

TV Guide gave the film two out of five stars, describing it as "filled with all the things that are guaranteed to make audiences jump out of their seats, such as hidden passageways, a hooded grave robber, eerie shadows, and mysterious killings."[5]


  1. ^ "The Unknown". BFI. Archived from the original on 2012-07-11.
  2. ^ "The "I Love A Mystery" Movie Page".
  3. ^ Second Feature: the Best of the 'B' Films, John Cocchi, 1991, Citadel Press/Carol Publishing Group
  4. ^ "NEWS OF THE SCREEN". New York Times. Mar 9, 1946. ProQuest 107495162.
  5. ^ "The Unknown".

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