Review: ‘Double Trouble’

Double Trouble has the sketchiest story-line which leaves spectator wondering what it's all about. Elvis Presley as usual, however, gives a pretty fair account of himself despite what's handed him.

Double Trouble has the sketchiest story-line which leaves spectator wondering what it’s all about. Elvis Presley as usual, however, gives a pretty fair account of himself despite what’s handed him.

He plays an American singer touring foreign discotheques, and scene shifts from London, where two femmes enter his life, to Bruges and finally Antwerp.

Intertwined in his travels, and femmes chasing him, are a couple of eccentric jewel thieves who have planted a fortune of diamonds in his luggage, mysterious attempts on his life and his arrest for allegedly kidnapping one of the kittens, who happens to be a rich heiress, 17-going-on-18.

Double Trouble

Production

M-G-M. Director Norman Taurog; Producer Judd Bernard, Irwin Winkler; Screenplay Jo Heims; Camera Daniel L. Fapp; Editor John McSweeney; Music Jeff Alexander; Art Director George W. Davis, Merrill Pye

Crew

(Color) Widescreen. Available on VHS, DVD. Extract of a review from 1967. Running time: 81 MIN.

With

Elvis Presley Annette Day John Williams Yvonne Romain Chips Rafferty Norman Rossington
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