The popular radio series from the 1940s seemed tailor-made for movie adaptations, but that didn’t happen when Columbia Pictures gave up the franchise after three entries. The first, a 1945 B-movie programmer, still yields some fun for cinema buffs, however, as two detectives (Jack Bannon and Barton Yarborough) are hired to protect a wealthy man (George Macready) who thinks he’s going to get beheaded! I Love a Mystery screens Monday, June 6, 7:30 p.m., as another Syracuse Cinephile Society offering at the Spaghetti Warehouse, 680 N. Clinton St. Admission is $3, with menu items available for purchase. For details, call 475-1807.