~Double Trouble~
Directed by: Christy Cabanne

Written by:
Christy Cabanne - scenario

Based on the novel by Herbert Quick

   Douglas Fairbanks ... Florian Amidon / Eugene Brassfield
Margery Wilson ... Elizabeth Waldron
Richard Cummings  ... Judge Blodgett
Olga Grey ... Madame Leclaire
Gladys Brockwell ... Daisy Scarlett
Monroe Salisbury ... Hotel Clerk
William Lowery ... Politician (as W.E. Lowery)
Tom Kennedy ... Judge Blodgett
Kate Toncray ... Working Man's Suicidal Wife
Lillian Langdon ... Mrs. Waldron
Don Likes ... Bellboy (uncredited)
Charles Stevens ... Thief (uncredited)
Mary Thurman ... Flirt (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Fine Arts Film Company

Distribution Company: Triangle Distributing

Music by: Joseph Carl Breil
Cinematography by: William Fildew
Production Supervisor:
D.W. Griffith

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: December 5, 1915

Filmed on Location in:
Santa Ana, California, USA
~Plot Synopsis~
Florian Amidon, a timid young banker, is hit on the head by thugs while he is vacationing. Five years
later, he awakens and, to learn what happened, goes with his friend Judge Blodgett to Madame
Leclaire, a clairvoyant. There Florian awakens from a trance as Eugene Brassfield, who has qualities
long suppressed in Florian. Brassfield explains that he awoke from the blow in Bakerstown, a boom
town. He struck oil, was nominated for mayor and became engaged to Elizabeth Waldron, although
he continued to flirt with other girls. Madame Leclaire brings Florian back, and they go to
Bakerstown, where, when Florian is unable to transact Brassfield's business, he is transformed into
Brassfield again. Brassfield wins the election, but takes up with strawberry blonde Daisy Scarlett and
frames a poor man who will not accept a bribe. Madame Leclaire restores Florian, who releases the
man from jail, saves the man's family from death by gas and reconciles with Elizabeth. After Madame
Leclaire effects a combination of the best qualities of Florian's two personalities, Florian marries