Trouble for Two (1936)





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This film is a fairly faithful adaptation of three of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Suicide Club" stories. Robert Montgomery stars as incognito Prince Florizel, who is lured to a gathering of strange characters devoted to suicide and murder. One of the conclave members is the enigmatic Miss Vandelur.
Classics , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Robert Montgomery
as Prince Florizel
Rosalind Russell
as Miss Vandeleur
Frank Morgan
as Col. Geraldine
Louis Hayward
as Young Man with Cream Tarts
Reginald Owen
as Dr. Franz Noel
E.E. Clive
as The King
Ivan Simpson
as Collins
Tom Moore
as Maj. O'Rock
Robert Greig
as Fat Man
Guy Bates Post
as Ambassador
Leyland Hodgson
as Capt. Rich
Pat Flaherty
as Ship Captain
Frank Darien
as King's Aide
Tom Ricketts
as Excited Club Member
Pat O'Malley
as Purser
W.J. O'Brien
as Club Waiter
Paul Porcasi
as Cafe Proprietor
Sidney Bracey
as Henchman
Frank McGlynn Jr.
as Club Member
Larry Steers
as Officer
Olaf Hytten
as Butler
Edgar Norton
as Herald
Fred Graham
as Club Guard
David Holt
as Florizel as a Child
Virginia Weidler
as Miss Vandeleur as a Child
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Critic Reviews for Trouble for Two

All Critics (1)

Smoothly blends together a lighthearted comedy and a darker edged mystery story.

Full Review… | August 11, 2008
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Audience Reviews for Trouble for Two


This movie is very, very strange, especially for a movie made during the early days of code enforcement. But it's a good strange, and Montgomery and Russell are such a good match.

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