- Double Trouble (1967 film)
Double Trouble Directed by Norman Taurog
Robert Goodstein (Ass't)
Produced by Irwin Winkler
Written by Mark Brandel
Starring Elvis Presley
Music by Jeff Alexander Cinematography Daniel L. Fapp Editing by John McSweeney Jr. Distributed by MGM Release date(s) April 5, 1967 Running time 92 min. Country United States Language English
Despite being set in London and Europe, Elvis filmed it entirely in Hollywood.
Priscilla Presley later claimed that when Elvis was told he had to sing Old MacDonald he screamed, "It's come to this?" He was eased when told that the song would not be released on the soundtrack album. Hwever, it was released on the accompanying soundtrack.
Double Trouble, his twenty-fourth film, was released on April 5, a mere thirteen days after his twenty-third, Easy Come, Easy Go.
- Elvis Presley: Guy Lambert
- Annette Day: Jill Conway
- John Williams: Gerald Waverly
- Yvonne Romain: Claire Dunham
- Chips Rafferty: Archie Brown
- Norman Rossington: Arthur Babcock
- Michael Murphy: Morley
- Review by Bill Treadway at DVD Verdict, August 3, 2004.
- Review by Jon Danziger at *digitallyOBSESSED!, July 28, 2004.
The films of Norman Taurog 1920sLucky Boy • The Diplomats • In Holland • The Medicine Men 1930sTroopers Three (with B. Reeves Eason) • Sunny Skies • Hot Curves • Follow the Leader • Finn and Hattie • Skippy • Newly Rich • Huckleberry Finn • Sooky • Hold 'Em Jail • The Phantom President • If I Had a Million (segments "Prologue" and "Epilogue") • A Bedtime Story • The Way to Love • We're Not Dressing • Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch • College Rhythm • The Big Broadcast of 1936 • Strike Me Pink • Rhythm on the Range • Reunion • Fifty Roads to Town • You Can't Have Everything • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer • Mad About Music • Boys Town • The Girl Downstairs • Lucky Night 1940sBroadway Melody of 1940 • Young Tom Edison • Little Nellie Kelly • Men of Boys Town • Design for Scandal • Are Husbands Necessary? • A Yank at Eton • Presenting Lily Mars • Girl Crazy (with Busby Berkley) • The Hoodlum Saint • The Beginning or the End • The Bride Goes Wild • Big City • Words and Music • That Midnight Kiss 1950sPlease Believe Me • The Toast of New Orleans • Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone • Rich, Young and Pretty • Room for One More • Jumping Jacks • The Stooge • The Stars Are Singing • The Caddy • Living It Up • You're Never Too Young • The Birds and the Bees • Pardners • Bundle of Joy • The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown • Onionhead • Don't Give Up the Ship 1960s TelevisionLight's Diamond Jubilee (1954) (with )
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