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Big Rose: Double Trouble (1974)

Two private investigators are hired by a wealthy contractor to find out who is blackmailing him.


Paul Krasny


Andy Lewis


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Cast overview:
Shelley Winters ... Rose Winters
Barry Primus ... Ed Mills
Lonny Chapman ... Lieutenant John Moore
Michael Constantine ... Gunther
Joan Van Ark ... Nina
Peggy Walton-Walker ... Marian
Paul Mantee ... Troy
Paul Picerni ... Blass
Yale Summers ... James Mayhew
Lenore Kasdorf ... Waitress
Burt Mustin
Jennifer Rhodes
Mary Charlotte Wilcox
Jenifer Shaw Jenifer Shaw


Two private investigators are hired by a wealthy contractor to find out who is blackmailing him.

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Release Date:

26 March 1974 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Double Trouble See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Photophone Sound Recording)



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A typical 70's detective story, but with an interesting twist!
16 May 2001 | by chrisbike_99See all my reviews

This is the story of a man who gets scammed by a woman pretending to want a sexual tryst with him. The husband comes home and the wife shoots her husband, or so it seems. later on the man is contacted by the woman informing him that her husband is still alive and she needs lots of money to pay the medical bills, after paying over 25,000 dollars to the woman the man becomes suspicious. This is when he contacts the Winters and Mills detective Agency to find these people and keep his name out of it so his wife won't find out. Eventually Rose Winters (Shelley Winters) And Ed Mills set up a perfect trap the swindlers, but, this time the gun is loaded with real bullets, instead of blanks. This adds the real twist to this movie. It's a shame this movie isn't available on video, it's a very good piece of shelley winters history, unfortunately these made for tv movies were usually printed on bad film stock, and usually never transferred to modern video, I own the studios 16mm backup copy, 17 years later the film has already faded to a reddish color. If anyone would like a video of this movie you can order it at WWW.FILMTRANSFER.8M.COM This was a surprisingly good movie in my opinion, maybe you will like it too.

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