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Double Trouble (1992)

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Muscle-bound twins try to smash a jewel smuggling ring.

Director:

John Paragon

Writers:

Jeffrey Kerns (screenplay), Kurt Wimmer (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Paul ... Peter Jade
David Paul ... David Jade
Roddy McDowall ... Philip Chamberlain
David Carradine ... Mr. C
Steve Kanaly ... Kent
Troy Donahue ... Leonard
A.J. Johnson ... Danitra
Bill Mumy ... Bob
James Doohan ... Chief O'Brien
Collin Bernsen Collin Bernsen ... Whitney Regan
Timothy Stack ... Albers (as Tim Stack)
Bob Evan Collins Bob Evan Collins ... Rosehill (as Robert Evan Collins)
Lewis Arquette ... Tarlow
Phil H. Fravel Phil H. Fravel ... Ed (as Philip H. Fravel)
Nancy Marlow ... Mrs. Larson
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Storyline

Muscle-bound twins try to smash a jewel smuggling ring.

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Twin brothers. Ones a good cop. The other is bad news.


Certificate:

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Trivia

James Doohan appears in this as a character called Chief O'Brien, Doohan played Chief Engineer Scotty in Star Trek TOS, and his equivalent character in the follow up show "Star Trek: The Next Generation" was called Chief O'Brien (played by Colm Meaney) See more »

Goofs

The final fight against the villain of the movie is set at an airfield where it is quite clearly the middle of the night during a heavy downpour, then 5-10 minutes later the final scene plays and it's clearly just becoming dusk and there is no sign of there having been any rain at all. See more »

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Bob: I love my job.
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Second Chance
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Written by Donnie Demers
Performed by Jimmy Demers
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the Barbarion Brothers rule!
11 December 2002 | by BWozniakSee all my reviews

Yeah, this movie is totally cheezy, but the Barbarion Brothers never fail to crack me up, I love these dudes, they're just like big funny kids. This is probably even their least intentionally funny movie. Compared to Twin Sitters or Think Big, this one tries to be more of a real action/crime movie, which adds to the humor. Try to take these guys seriously as cops for a minute, you'll crack up laughing. If you like Terence Hill or the band Sparks, you'll probably get their humor. Goofy for sure! and with a positive attitude that makes you feel good.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 February 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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