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Two night club owners find themselves in trouble with the law. One of them goes to his English Lord brother for help, and the Lord is later murdered. He swaps places with his dead brother to... See more »

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Charles Salt
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Christopher Pepper / Lord Sydney Pepper
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Figg
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Wilson
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Miss Tomkins
Ester Anderson ...
Billie (as Esther Anderson)
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Mander
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Candler
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Belton
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Gordon
Sydney Arnold ...
Tombs
Leslie Sands ...
Inspector Crock
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Minister
Glyn Owen ...
Dennis
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Kim Lee
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Magistrate
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Jenson
David Trevena ...
Gene Abernathy
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Sergeant Smith
Richard Goolden ...
9th Local
Joanna Wake ...
Claire Turpington-Mellish
Julian D'Albie ...
Lord Turpington-Mellish
Gladys Spencer ...
Lady Turpington-Mellish
Geoffrey Morris ...
Police Doctor
Norman Pitt ...
1st Country Gentleman
George McGrath ...
2nd Country Gentleman
Mischa De La Motte ...
Maitre D'
Walter Horsbrugh ...
Clerk of the Court
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Dixon
Peter Reeves ...
Policeman
Juliette Bora ...
Salt and Pepper Girl
Florence George ...
Salt and Pepper Girl
Lorraine Hall ...
Salt and Pepper Girl
Thelma Neal ...
Salt and Pepper Girl
Amber Dean Smith ...
Salt and Pepper Girl
Carmel Stratton ...
Salt and Pepper Girl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bernard Barnsley ...
Ambulance attendant (uncredited)
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Man at Ball (uncredited)
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Bit Part (uncredited)
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Dr. Frankenstein (uncredited)
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Man in Pub (uncredited)
Aidan Harrington ...
Footman (uncredited)
Anthony Lang ...
Undertaker (uncredited)
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Dracula (uncredited)
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Bandleader (uncredited) (voice)
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Nosher Powell ...
Man (uncredited)
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Court Policeman (uncredited)
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Man In pub (uncredited)
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Undertaker (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jerry Lewis

Written by

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Michael Pertwee ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Sammy Davis Jr. ... executive producer
Milton Ebbins ... producer
Peter Lawford ... executive producer

Music by

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Les Reed

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Ernest Steward ... director of photography (as Ernest W. Steward)

Film Editing by

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Bill Butler

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Irene Howard ... (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Jack Stevens

Makeup Department

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George Frost ... makeup artist
Alice Holmes ... hairdresser
Hugh Richards ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Frank Ernst ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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David Bracknell ... assistant director

Art Department

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Dimity Collins ... set dresser
Kenneth Ryan ... assistant art director (as Ken Ryan)

Sound Department

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Brian Blamey ... sound editor
Gerry Humphreys ... sound mixer
Gerry Turner ... sound recordist

Special Effects by

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Terry Witherington ... special effects

Stunts

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Frank Maher ... stunt coordinator
Rick Lester ... stunt driver (uncredited)

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James Bawden ... camera operator (as Jimmy Bawden)
Ronnie Maasz ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Blanche Bray ... wardrobe mistress
Barry Certo ... wardrobe: Mr. Davis'
Sy Devore ... wardrobe: Mr. Davis'
Douglas Hayward ... wardrobe: Mr. Lawford's (as Doug Hayward - London)
Ken Lawton ... wardrobe master (as Ken Layton)
Nat Wise ... wardrobe: Mr. Davis'

Music Department

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Les Reed ... conductor
Lawrence Ashmore ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Other crew

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Julia Barnett ... assistant to producer
Betty Harley ... continuity
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Taglines Never before were they together again for the second time! See more »
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Also Known As
  • O Morto Era o Outro (Portugal)
  • Uma Dupla em Sinuca (Brazil)
  • Dyo atsides stin Interpol (Greece)
  • Controfigura per un delitto (Italy)
  • Δύο ατσίδες στην Ιντερπόλ (Greece)
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  • 92 min
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Trivia Soon after filming was completed, Fiona Lewis (who was then getting quite large supporting roles in British films) gave an interview to a newspaper in which she said that the filming had been a nightmare, and describing Director Jerry Lewis as the biggest egomaniac she had ever met. Interestingly, when this movie opened in Britain, several months after its American opening, Ms. Lewis was nowhere to be seen in it. See more »
Goofs There are multiple discrepancies between the exterior shots of the Plaid Cat pub and the interior scenes, including the shootout. From the inside, a brick wall can be seen outside some of the pub's windows, but there were no brick-walled buildings shown in the establishing exterior shots. Outside another window, a city skyline is visible, but the pub is supposed to be in the countryside and the establishing shot showed only one other house and trees in the vicinity. Finally, when Charlie and Chris exit the pub, as seen from the inside, there is a brick wall outside the entrance door even though the establishing exterior shot showed only a small yard with a walkway leading all the way to the door. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dracula: A Cinematic Scrapbook (1991). See more »
Soundtracks One More Time See more »
Crazy Credits At the end of the film, THAT'S IT appears instead of 'The End'. See more »
Quotes Charles Salt: [Toward the end of the song "Where Do I Go From Here?", talking about Christopher Pepper] I miss you, Pallie.
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