|Directed by||John Paddy Carstairs|
|Produced by||George King|
|Written by||Gerald Elliott|
|Starring||Basil Langton |
|Music by||Jack Beaver|
|Edited by||John Seabourne Sr.|
George King Productions (as Triangle Film Productions)
|Distributed by||Paramount British Pictures (U.K.)|
Double Exposures (A.K.A. Alibi Breaker) is a 1937 British crime film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Basil Langton, Julien Mitchell and Ruby Miller. It was made at Shepperton Studios as a quota quickie.
Reporter Peter Bradfield (Basil Langton) is fired from his newspaper for failing to deliver an interview with big businessman Hector Rodman (Julien Mitchell). Plucky Bradfield subsequently becomes a photographic equipment salesman, and accidentally takes photos of two men in conversation. Unbeknown to him, these men are the businessmen's lawyer and his secretary, and are plotting to embezzle a fortune in bonds from Rodman, and planning to frame his workshy son George (George Astley) for the crime.
- Basil Langton as Peter Bradfield
- Julien Mitchell as Hector Rodman
- Ruby Miller as Mrs. Rodman
- Brian Buchel as Geoffrey Cranswick
- Mavis Clair as Jill Rodman
- Fred Withers as Allbutt
- Ivor Barnard as Mather
- George Astley as George Rodman
- Frank Birch as Kempton
- Denis Cowles as Police Inspector
TV Guide called the film a "Negligible British effort"; while Nineacre called it a "Cheap but cheerful film, mainly due to Langton who plays a flippant gadabout town that populated these sorts of film." 
- Low, Rachael. Filmmaking in 1930s Britain. George Allen & Unwin, 1985.
- Wood, Linda. British Films, 1927-1939. British Film Institute, 1986.
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