Double Trouble (1967)

92 mins | Comedy-drama | 24 May 1967

Director:

Norman Taurog

Writer:

Jo Heims

Cinematographer:

Daniel L. Fapp

Production Designers:

George W. Davis, Merrill Pye

Production Company:

B. C. W.
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BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Daily Variety
26 Apr 1966
p. 2.
Daily Variety
27 Apr 1966
p. 1.
Daily Variety
6 May 1966
p. 9.
Daily Variety
7 Jun 1966
p. 2.
Daily Variety
29 Jun 1966
p. 1, 10.
Daily Variety
15 Jul 1966
p. 7.
Daily Variety
10 Aug 1966
p. 7.
Daily Variety
12 Aug 1966
p. 16.
Daily Variety
16 Aug 1966
p. 4.
Los Angeles Times
8 Feb 1966
Section C, p. 11.
Los Angeles Times
29 Jun 1966
Section D, p. 16.
Los Angeles Times
15 Jul 1966
Section C, p. 15.
Los Angeles Times
12 Oct 1966
Section D, p. 16.
Los Angeles Times
2 Feb 1967
Section C, p. 11.
Los Angeles Times
20 Jun 1967
Section D, p. 11.
Los Angeles Times
23 Jun 1967
Section E, p. 8.
New York Times
24 May 1967.
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New York Times
25 May 1967.
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Variety
9 Feb 1966
p. 16.
Variety
5 Apr 1967
p. 6.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
PRODUCERS
WRITERS
Scr
Story
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
ART DIRECTORS
Art dir
Art dir
FILM EDITOR
SET DECORATORS
Set dec
Set dec
COSTUMES
Cost
MUSIC
Mus score
Arr for "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"
SOUND
Rec supv
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec visual eff
Spec visual eff
DANCE
Choreog
MAKEUP
Hairstyles
PRODUCTION MISC
Unit prod mgr
Asst to the prod
Tech adv
SOURCES
SONGS
"Double Trouble," words and music by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman
"Baby If You'll Give Me All of Your Love," words and music by Joy Byers
"Could I Fall in Love?," words and music by Randy Starr
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SONGS
"Double Trouble," words and music by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman
"Baby If You'll Give Me All of Your Love," words and music by Joy Byers
"Could I Fall in Love?," words and music by Randy Starr
"Long Legged Girl," words and music by J. Leslie McFarland and Winfield Scott
"City By Night," words and music by Bill Giant, Florence Kaye and Bernie Baum
"I Love Only One Girl," words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett
"There's So Much World To See," words and music by Sid Wayne and Ben Weisman
"Blue River," words and music by Paul Evans and Fred Tobias
"What Now, What Next, Where to?" words and music by Don Robertson and Hal Blair
"Never Ending," words and music Buddy Kaye and Philip Springer.
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DETAILS
Alternate Title:
You're Killing Me
Release Date:
24 May 1967
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 24 May 1967
Los Angeles opening: 21 June 1967
Production Date:
began 11 July 1966
Copyright Claimant:
B. C. W.
Copyright Date:
31 December 1966
Copyright Number:
LP33848
Physical Properties:
Sound
Westrex
Color
Metrocolor
Widescreen/ratio
Panavision
Duration(in mins):
92
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

While American singer Guy Lambert is performing in England, teenage heiress Jill Conway falls head-over-heels in love with him, and he also captures the attention of sophisticated Claire Dunham. In an attempt to forestall the possibility of romance, Jill's uncle and guardian, Gerald Waverly, sends her to school in Brussels, unaware that Guy has a singing engagement there. After a series of near-fatal accidents, it soon becomes apparent to Guy that someone is trying to kill Jill. Furthermore, the young couple are being closely watched by a pair of bumbling thieves who have hidden smuggled jewels in Guy's luggage. In Brussels, the Belgian police and a trio of ineffectual detectives try to help but prove to be of little use. Appointing himself as Jill's protector, Guy exposes Uncle Gerald and Claire Dunham, who is revealed to be Gerald's accomplice, as the would-be murderers who had hoped to inherit Jill's fortune. A mysterious stranger who had been trailing Guy turns out to be a Scotland Yard man, and he apprehends the jewel thieves. With all threats to their happiness removed, Jill and Guy return to ... +


While American singer Guy Lambert is performing in England, teenage heiress Jill Conway falls head-over-heels in love with him, and he also captures the attention of sophisticated Claire Dunham. In an attempt to forestall the possibility of romance, Jill's uncle and guardian, Gerald Waverly, sends her to school in Brussels, unaware that Guy has a singing engagement there. After a series of near-fatal accidents, it soon becomes apparent to Guy that someone is trying to kill Jill. Furthermore, the young couple are being closely watched by a pair of bumbling thieves who have hidden smuggled jewels in Guy's luggage. In Brussels, the Belgian police and a trio of ineffectual detectives try to help but prove to be of little use. Appointing himself as Jill's protector, Guy exposes Uncle Gerald and Claire Dunham, who is revealed to be Gerald's accomplice, as the would-be murderers who had hoped to inherit Jill's fortune. A mysterious stranger who had been trailing Guy turns out to be a Scotland Yard man, and he apprehends the jewel thieves. With all threats to their happiness removed, Jill and Guy return to England. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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