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Deadly Duo (1962)

Two identical twin sisters...one is very,very good--one is very, very bad. The good twin is due some big bucks. The bad twin wants 'em. Since they look just alike...look out.

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(as Reginald LeBorg)

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(as Owen Harris), (novel)
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Preston 'Pres' Morgan
Marcia Henderson ...
Sabena Spence / Dara Flagg
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Jay Flagg
Dayton Lummis ...
Thorne Fletcher
Carlos Romero ...
Police Lt. Reyes
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Lenora Spence
David Renard ...
Manuel López
Marco López ...
Luis, the Bellhop (as Marco Antonio)
Peter Oliphant ...
Billy Spence
Manuel López ...
Policeman
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Two identical twin sisters...one is very,very good--one is very, very bad. The good twin is due some big bucks. The bad twin wants 'em. Since they look just alike...look out.

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She was the alluring bait...

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Mystery

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February 1962 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Seen by a lot of people in the UK towards the end of 1962 as it was the supporting film for the general release of Dr. No. See more »

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Nice guy meets an evil twin
30 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Saw this movie on TV recently; not much to get excited about. The actors seemed charming, especially supporting actor Robert Lowery, who has a resemblance to Clark Gable or Cesar Romero. It seems like the entire movie was shot inside a single Hollywood sound stage. Marcia Henderson, whom I have never heard of, played two characters who were twin sisters: one nice, the other mildly evil. The evil sister's part was overacted to say the least, but perhaps that was what the script called for. The movie took place entirely in Acapulco, Mexico, but it sure could have used a few more Acapulco scenes. i agree with an earlier commenter: what happened to Craig Hill? He had leading-man good looks, but he seems to have disappeared from view after Whirlybirds.


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