Double Trouble (1984 film)

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Double Trouble
Non-c-e-due-senza-quattro.jpg
Original Italian movie poster
Directed by E.B. Clucher
Produced by Vittorio Galiano
Written by Marco Barboni
Starring Terence Hill
Bud Spencer
Music by Franco Micalizzi
Cinematography Silvano Ippoliti
Hélio Silva
Edited by Philip Edwards
Production
  company
Trans-Cinema TV
Distributed by CEIAD
Running time ca. 100 min
Country Italy
Language English

Double Trouble (Italian: Non c'è due senza quattro) is a 1984 Italian action comedy directed by Enzo Barboni (as E.B. Clucher) and starring the comedy team of Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.[1]

Plot[edit]

Billionaire cousins Bastiano (Terence Hill) and Antonio (Bud Spencer) are two savvy businessmen, at least in one regard. They want to close a large deal, although they have to fear for their lives because of it since their competition won't even stop at murder. Therefore they have an agency find two look-alikes from the United States, stuntman Elliot Vance (Terence Hill) and the jazz saxophonist Greg Wonder (Bud Spencer). These accept the job offer, initially not knowing why they really have been hired. Nonetheless Elliot and Greg manage to fight their way through all kinds of situations without too much trouble. Additionally they quickly come to like the jet-set life. The resulting damage to their reputation provokes the Coimbras to return to Rio ahead of time. This puts them right into the sights of their enemies, alongside the cousins' look-alikes.

Cast[edit]

  • Terence Hill as Elliot Vance / Bastiano Joao Coimbra de la Coronilla y Azevedo
  • Bud Spencer as Greg Wonder / Antonio Coimbra de la Coronilla y Azevedo
  • April Clough as Olympia Chavez
  • Nello Pazzafini as Tango
  • Harold Bergman
  • C.V. Wood Jr.
  • Dary Reiz

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The New York Times". The New York Times. Retrieved 2011-12-31. 

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