One of the worst of the Elvis Presley vehicles, DOUBLE TROUBLE contains nothing memorable, not even hit songs. Elvis is Guy Lambert, an American singer touring Europe, with British teen Jill (Annette Day) and woman of the world Claire (Yvonne Romain) chasing after him. Also chasing him are two jewel thieves (Chips Rafferty and Norman Rossington), who've stashed stolen loot in his luggage, and a trio of goofy detectives played by the Wiere Brothers. Songs: "Double Trouble" (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman), "Baby, If You'll Give Me All of Your Love" (Joy Byers), "Could I Fall in Love?" (Randy Starr), "Long-Legged Girl" (J. Leslie McFarland, Winfield Scott), "City by Night" (Bill Giant, Florence Kaye, Bernie Baum), "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" (arranged by Starr), "I Love Only One Girl" (Sid Tepper, Roy C. Bennett), "There's So Much World to See," "It Won't Be Long" (Sid Wayne, Ben Weisman), "Blue River" (Paul Evans, Fred Tobias), "What Now, What Next, Where To?" (Don Robertson, Hal Blair) and "Never Ending" (Buddy Kaye, Philip Springer).
Nick Chen is one of the NYPD's most decorated officers. The first Chinese-born immigrant on the force, Chen has used his close ties with a group of Chinese "businessmen" known as the Triads to rise through the ranks. Now, a gold shield detective and the star officer on the city's highly touted Asian gang unit, it's Chen's job to keep peace in Chinatown. But a turf war has erupted between the Triads and the newly arrived and brutally violent Fukienese Dragons. As the precarious peace in Chinatown is interrupted, the NYPD beefs up the Asian Gang Unit with a new recruit: an idealistic cop, Danny Wallace, who is unaware of how power and influence have compromised his superiors. When the Tongs boldly attempt to corrupt this young officer, Chen is forced to realign his loyalties.