S Club: Seeing Double

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Overview

British music-video maven Nigel Dick directs Seeing Double, featuring the U.K. pop band S Club. The story involves mad scientist Victor David Gant creating clones for each member of the band in his laboratory at Eagle Peak. After seeing the clones perform on TV, manager Alistair Joseph Adams is kidnapped and the real band is sent to jail. They manage to escape and fly to L.A., where bandmembers Jon, Rachel, and Hannah replace their clones, who help out Brad, Tina, and Jo. Everyone ends up back at Eagle Peak, ...
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Overview

British music-video maven Nigel Dick directs Seeing Double, featuring the U.K. pop band S Club. The story involves mad scientist Victor David Gant creating clones for each member of the band in his laboratory at Eagle Peak. After seeing the clones perform on TV, manager Alistair Joseph Adams is kidnapped and the real band is sent to jail. They manage to escape and fly to L.A., where bandmembers Jon, Rachel, and Hannah replace their clones, who help out Brad, Tina, and Jo. Everyone ends up back at Eagle Peak, Victor is eventually arrested, and the clones perform a show while the real band goes on holiday.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/7/2003
  • UPC: 043396007376
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hannah Spearritt
Jo O'Meara
Rachel Stevens
Jon Lee
Bradley McIntosh
Tina Barrett
Joseph Adams
David Gant
Meritxell Santamaria
Gareth Gates
Cristina Piaget Susan Sealove
Hans Juergen Richter Carlos
Domingo Calvo desk sergeant
Nigel Dick director
Reginald Wilson Marcus
Christopher Hood old bartender
Macarena Gomez young waitress
Sam McAvoy choreographer
Thomas Lenox reporter
Andrea Montero reporter
Ludovic Tattevin reporter
Alex Von Bargen scalper
Mark Schardan security guard
Kassi Buchanan Bradley's double
Danae Figuerola Hannah's double
Deborah Jornet Jo's double
Patricio Clarey Jon's double
Estefanía Garcia Rachel's double
Celia Palli Tina's double
Yael Navi clone Michael Jackson
Lisa McCheyne clone Madonna
Ray Johnson Elton John clone
Shad Ellis clone Will Smith
John Kerr George Michael clone
Emilio Gutierrez prisoner, doubles, choreographer
Ricardo Salas prisoner, dancer
Mario Garcia prisoner, dancer
Hervé Chaussard prisoner
Victor Zambrana prisoner
Pedro del Rey prisoner
Jordi Farres guard
Oriel Ubeda guard
Joshua Zamrycki guard
Christopher Ramsden guard
Manuel Salas dancer
Luis "Flex" García dancer
Hector Lechon dancer
Adan Aguilar dancer
Frank Miguel dancer
Sergio Fernández dancer
Pol Fruitos dancer
Juan Carlos Valls dancer
Technical Credits
Nigel Dick Director
John Steven Agoglia Co-producer
Paul Alexander Screenwriter
Gayla Aspinall Executive Producer
Alan Barnette Producer
Joan Benet Cinematographer
Laia Colet Production Designer
Guillermo Escribano Asst. Director
Fito Fernandez Set Decoration/Design
Tim Fraser Sound/Sound Designer
Kim Fuller Screenwriter
Simon Fuller Producer
Mark Franklin Henson Editor
Jim Meacock Score Composer
Bobbie Read Costumes/Costume Designer
Priscilla Samuels Choreography
Aaron Sandler Associate Producer
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wonderful movie

    This is movie is exciting, fun and full of laughs. Alot of their hits are performed in it too. I love it. I watch mine at least once a week. Thats how much I love it. its great. Pick yourself up a copy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    funny movie

    i enjoyed this movie, not because i am a fan of the group, but because it is a straight up laugh riot from beginning to end. but to let those fans know, if you are looking for a continuation to the sclub series, dont look here. this movie runs entirely parallel to the show's storyline, they are finally pop stars, making it big internationally, but with fame, comes sacrifice. rest. these guys need rest! 1 week until a big final tour and vacation then cuttin another album?!?! ha these guys are busy, but when they ditch a flight accidentially because of a kidnapping their lives are changed forever giving them their much needed vacation. their adventure spans 2 continents, a storyline you can get into from any angle of the movie, and most of their hit songs. i reccomend this movie for a sclub fan, anyone in for a laugh, or someone who is just into sly witty british humor

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