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Double Trouble (1967) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
(Hollywood) USA

Ratings / Votes
4.8/ 10 (641 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) [us]

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors

Writers

Release Date
(USA) - 5 April 1967
(Finland) - 2 June 1967
(Denmark) - 2 October 1967
(Portugal) - 19 December 1967
(Sweden) - 26 December 1967

Running Time
90

Tagline
Elvis finds love, larceny and fun on the double. ELVIS with songs and adventures in mad mod Europe!

Keywords
acting-musician, antwerp-belgium, attempted-murder, bad-guy, based-on-book, based-on-novel, beating, belgium, black-belt, boyfriend-girlfriend-relationship, brawl, car-chase, carousel, chase, clown, comic-hero, cult-film, diamonds-stolen, disarming-someone, dumb-criminal, falling-in-love, fist-fight, funny-policemen, gangster, guitar,

Technical Support
OFM:35 mm
PCS:Panavision - (anamorphic)
PFM:35 mm
RAT:2.35 : 1



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Full Cast

  1. Adams, Stanley (I) as [Captain Roach] <12>
  2. Alderson, John (I) as [Iceman] <11>
  3. Askin, Leon as [Inspector de Groote] <10>
  4. Balakoff, Peter as (uncredited) [Policeman]
  5. Bergy, Bob as (uncredited) [Chicken Truck Driver]
  6. Bokar, Hal as (uncredited) [Masked Man]
  7. Burke, Walter as [Mate] <14>
  8. Cole, Barry (II) as (uncredited) [Juggler]
  9. Dee, George as (uncredited) [Sleepy Man]
  10. DeWayne, Ted as (uncredited) [Acrobat]
  11. Gerard, Luke as (uncredited) [Peddler]
  12. Harding, Josh as (uncredited) [Seaman]
  13. Hayes, Chester (I) as (uncredited) [Stiltwalker]
  14. Hoeltzel, Rodney as (uncredited) [Juggler]
  15. Homel, Bob as (uncredited) [Moe]
  16. Isenberg, Robert (I) as (uncredited) [Pirate]
  17. Johnson, Bob (I) as (uncredited) [Juggler]
  18. Kamelhar, Murray as (uncredited) [Policeman]
  19. Klein, George (I) as (uncredited) [Bit]
  20. Landis, Monte as (as Monty Landis) [Georgie] <8>
  21. Marsac, Maurice as [Frenchman] <13>
  22. Mitchell, Frank (I) as (uncredited) [Customs Officer]
  23. Murphy, Michael (I) as [Morley] <9>
  24. Presley, Elvis as [Guy Lambert] <1>
  25. Rafferty, Chips as [Archie Brown] <6>
  26. Reddin, Jan (I) as (uncredited) [Discotheque Dancer]
  27. Rees, Danny as (uncredited) [Juggler]
  28. Riordan, Christopher (I) as (uncredited) [Young Englishman]
  29. Rossington, Norman as [Arthur Babcock] <7>
  30. Saunders, Ray (I) as (uncredited) [Acrobat]
  31. Smiley, Ralph as (uncredited) [Policeman]
  32. Smith, Billy (XV) as (uncredited) [Extra]
  33. Snyder, Bill (II) as (uncredited) [Acrobat]
  34. Teagarden, Jack (II) as (uncredited) [Acrobat]
  35. Teagarden, Rick as (uncredited) [Acrobat]
  36. Wiere Brothers, The (I) as [Themselves] <5>
  37. Williams, John (II) as [Gerald Waverly] <3>
  38. Day, Annette as [Jill Conway] <2>
  39. Hughes, Mary (I) as (uncredited) [Watusi Dancer]
  40. Keymer, Marilyn as (uncredited) [Twin #1 at London Nightclub]
  41. Keymer, Melody as (uncredited) [Twin #2 at London Nightclub]
  42. Lambert, Laurie (I) as (uncredited) [Child]
  43. LeMaire, Monique as (uncredited) [Flemish Clerk at Hotel Olympia]
  44. Romain, Yvonne as [Claire Dunham] <4>
  45. Saunders, Audrey (I) as (uncredited) [Acrobat]
  46. Ullman, Sheryl as (uncredited) [Patron]
  47. Winston, Helene as [Gerda] <15>

Genres

  1. Comedy
  2. Crime
  3. Drama
  4. Music

Full Plot

A rock singer touring England gets involved with a wealthy teenage heiress in London. Turns out the girl's uncle is trying to steal her money, putting her life in danger, and is also involved in a jewel smuggling operation. frankfob2@yahoo.com When singer Guy Lambert and his entourage travel from Swinging London to Antwerp on a tour, he is followed by Jill Conway, a beautiful but unworldly heiress, and Claire Dunham, a sexy society sophisticate. Complicating matters are a pair of ineptly comical jewel thieves who have hidden smuggled diamonds in Jill's luggage, a trio of bumbling Closeau-like Flemish detective, and a mysterious murderer, who seems bent on killing Jill. Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com) Plot not found

Total Business

CP: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer GR: USD 1,600,000 (USA) SD: 11 June 1966 - 5 September 1966

Movie Certificate

L (Iceland)
G (Australia)(TV rating)
PG (Australia)
K-12 (Finland)
11 (Sweden)

Music Composers

  1. Alexander, Jeff (II)

Cinematographers

  1. Fapp, Daniel L. (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Donfeld

Distributors

Chapel Distribution [au] - (1997) (Australia) (theatrical)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) [us] - (1969) (USA) (TV) (original airing)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) [us] - (1967) (USA) (theatrical)

Film Editors

  1. McSweeney Jr., John (as John McSweeney)

Misc

  1. Brossette, Stanley (unit publicist) (uncredited)
  2. Casey, Patricia (I) (assistant to producers)
  3. Parker, Tom (XI) (technical advisor) (as Colonel Tom Parker)
  4. Romero, Alex (I) (choreographer)

Quotes

Guy Lambert: Get off my bed. Get off the bed! Put your shoes back on. Put your shoes back on! Jill Conway: My feet hurt. Guy Lambert: [mockingly] My feet hurt.

Other Titles

  1. Fermi tutti cominciamo daccapo! (1967) (ENG)
    (Italy)

  2. You're Killing Me (1967) (ENG)
    (USA) (working title)

  3. Zoff für zwei (1986) (ENG)
    (West Germany) (TV title)

  4. Zoff für Zwei (1967) (GER)
    (West Germany)

  5. Fermi tutti cominciamo daccapo! (1967) (ITA)
    (Italy)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Belgium
  2. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios - 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA

Trivia

- Only movie 'Annette Day' (qv) made.

- Although the film is set in Europe too, 'Elvis Presley' (qv) never filmed outside Culver City, California. Second unit filmed in Belgium with body stunts; Joe Clauwers for 'Elvis Presley' (qv) and Paula Geerts for 'Annette Day' (qv).

- 'Elvis Presley' (qv) later said about the film: "I wasn't exactly a James Bond in this movie. But then, no one ever asked 'Sean Connery' (qv) to sing a song while dodging bullets".

- First film produced by 'Irwin Winkler' (qv).

- 'Elvis Presley' (qv) bought a sports car for 'Annette Day' (qv) as a gift. She later gave it to her brother.

- Lines "biccies" and "super-duper" was added on the screenplay after director 'Norman Taurog' (qv) heard 'Annette Day' (qv) saying those on the set.

- 'Norman Rossington' (qv) became the first and the last to work in a 'Elvis Presley' (qv) and a The Beatles movie.

- Red jacket wore by 'Elvis Presley' (qv) on the movie was sold in an auction in 1996. Highest bid was $11,500.

- 'Annette Day' (qv) made in the movie, her screen debut - so far, it's her only role too. Producer 'Judd Bernard' (qv) found her while he was with his wife shopping in London and entered an

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