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Double Trouble

Elvis plays carefree bachelor Guy Lambert, the leader of a small combo touring Europe. A wealthy heiress sees Lambert in a London discotheque and falls for the handsome singer.

Annette Day plays Jill Conway who is sent away to Belgium to keep her away from Lambert - and to keep her from finding out that her uncle is trying to steal her inheritance.

More trouble arises when the combo travels on to Belgium and Lambert is suspected of jewel smuggling. Songs include Baby, If You Give Me All Your Love, City By Night and Long Legged Girl.

Yvonne Romain
"Claire Dunham"

Yvonne Warren was born on February 17, 1938, in London, England. While growing up with her Maltese/British parents, Romain got her education from St. Maryís Abbey. When older, Yvonne thought she would be a Nun, but later changed her mind to become an actress. She then studied at the Italia School of Acting. Romain made her film debut in 1956 when she appeared in The Baby and the Battleship, but her role of an Italian girl was uncredited. This was followed by brief roles The Silent Enemy and Murder Reported. During this time, Yvonne married composer Leslie Bricusse, composer of such hit soundtracks as Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

In the early 60ís, Romain co-starred in some horror films including Circus of Horrors, Curse of the Werewolf and Captain Clegg. This led her to roles in Return to Sender, Smokescreen, and Devil Doll. Following her work in The Brigand of Kandahar with Oliver Reed and The Swinger with Ann-Margret, Yvonne was chosen to star with the very popular Elvis Presley in 1967ís Double Trouble. She played Claire Dunham, a sophisticated playgirl who is extremley enamored with Elvis.

Romainís last movie was in 1973, The Last of Sheila.


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