Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Date of Release: 1936
Running Time: 75 minutes
Director: J. Walter Ruben
Screenplay: Edward E. Paramore, Jr. and Manuel Seff
                From the story
The Suicide Club by Robert Louis Stevenson
Cinematography: Charles Clarke
Film Editing: Robert Kern
Art Direction: Cedric Gibbons
Wardrobe: Dolly Tree
Recording Director: Douglas Shearer
Producer: Louis D. Lighton
Original Music: Franz Waxman
Associate Art Director: Edwin B. Willis and Joseph Wright
Make-Up Artist: Robert J. Schiffer
Note: Also known as The Suicide Club; alternate version features a sequence with
David Holt and Virginia Weidler in the Montgomery and Russell roles as children.
TROUBLE FOR TWO
CAST:
Robert Montgomery...
Mr. Godall/Prince Florizel
Rosalind Russell...Miss Vandeleur/Princess Brenda
Frank Morgan...Colonel "Gerry" Geraldine
Reginald Owen...Dr. Franz Noel, Club President
Louis Hayward...Cecil Barnley
E.E. Clive...King
Walter Kingsford...Malthus
Ivan F. Simpson...Collins
Tom Moore...Major O'Rook
Robert Greig...Fat Man, club member
Pedro de Cordoba...Sergei
Leland Hodgson...Captain Rich
Lowden Adams...Waiter with plum pudding (uncredited)
Sidney Bracey...Noel's Henchman (uncredited)
Leonard Carey...Valet (uncredited)
Frank Darien...Ambassador's Aide (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten...Butler (uncredited)
Edgar Norton...Herald (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley...Purser (uncredited)
Paul Porcasi...Cafe Proprietor (uncredited)
Guy Bates Post...Ambassador of Irania (uncredited)
Tom Ricketts...Sir Frederick, club member (uncredited)
Harold Entwistle...(uncredited)
Synopsis:
Prince Florizel of Cordovia and Princess Brenda of Irania are promised in marriage,
but the idea appeals to neither of them. The King sends his son to London, incognito,
to cool his heels. He is accompanied by the faithful Colonel Geraldine who is
entrusted with his care. After meeting a mysterious woman aboard ship who just as
mysteriously dissappears, Prince Florizel finds himself involved in a bizarre
underground "Suicide Club" and an elaborate assasination plot. Entertaining black
comedy with Montgomery turning in a credible performance and Russell registering a
little wooden, but still good.
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