Non c'è due senza quattro

1984

Action / Comedy

197
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 8,548

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Bud Spencer as Hutch Bessy
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953.29 MB
1280*720
Italian 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
99 min
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1.73 GB
1920×1080
Italian 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
99 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by srobi280 10 / 10 / 10

More Spencer and Hill hilarity

Our duo is back again. This time, Bud Spencer is a criminal out on parole, who gets an offer of $50,000 if he accompanies them to New York. Terrence Hill plays Elliot Vance, a stunt man. He gets the same offer. There, in New York, Spencer and Hill meet under the usual funny circumstances. They are offered a whole lot more money if they agree to stand-in for two Brazilian millionaires, who look exactly like them (also played by Spencer and Hill). It turns out they have been specifically chosen by a company who specializes in finding look-alikes. Someone is trying to kill these millionaires. These two rugged men replace the soft-spoken millionaire Brazilian gentlemen, and lots of hilarious antics follow. They get offered even more money if they take care of the bad guys. This movie is absolutely hilarious and filled with laughs. They slip right into the role of replacing the rich guys, and take advantage of it in every way. They also beat up a bunch of bad guys along the way, Spencer and Hill style. A definite must-see!

Reviewed by Witchfinder-General-666 10 / 10 / 10

Bud And Terence In Double Roles

I have been a great fan of the movies with Bud Spencer and Terence Hill since my childhood. Bud & Terence are extremely popular in Austria and Germany and their movies, which are shown on TV very frequently, are part of growing up here. I've seen every single film with the two multiple times, and they all seem to become funnier with each viewing. "Non C'è Due Senza Quattro" aka. "Double Trouble" of 1984 is one of their movies that are on TV all the time. And thank God for that! One of the most typical and funniest Bud and Terence movies, this is definitely another hilarious cult flick with the typical crude humor and constant fistfights that made our favorite duo of proletarian, constantly fighting drifters famous. This time both of them play a double role. Stuntman Elliot Vance (Terence Hill) and sax player Greg Wonder (Bud Spencer) are offered 1,5 million dollars for a job in Rio De Janeiro. Eliott and Greg happen to look exactly like the Brazilian billionaire cousins Bastiano (Terence) and Antonio (Bud) Coimbra De La Coronilla Azevedo. The snobbish billionaires are in mortal fear that someone is out to kill them, and are therefore to be replaced by their proletarian counterparts without table manners, Elliot and Greg, whose hobbies include heavy drinking, fistfights and all sorts of rowdy behavior... I have seen all Spencer/Hill flicks several times, and "Double Trouble" ranks among their most famous- and most representative ones. The humor of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill flicks is probably not everybody's taste, but I sure dig it, and I can watch their films all the time and be perfectly happy doing so! "Double Trouble" is a hilarious film with the typical Spencer/Hill feeling, and a must-see for all their fans!

Reviewed by vercavykuk 10 / 10 / 10

Prepare for trouble - make it double!

This is one of the movies that never fail to make me laugh like crazy. You see, I'm part of the generation that grew up on watching movies by duo SPencer and Hill, and the TV here in Czech never failed to deliver me my fix of comedy with the repeats of them. The idea of the movie is probably not the most original under the sun, but I think it's delivered with such quality that it's worth watching, and repeatedly. I'm not sure about other dubbings, but I think that the Czech version is very good, and definitely adds on appeal of this movie. Not to mention the jokes, and the slapping fights! "The fact that he calls himself Tango in the land of Samba, tells us he's a complete idiot."

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