Double Jeopardy Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.50/10 from 95000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Doble traición

Title in Italiano:

Colpevole d'innocenza

Title in Português:

Duplo Risco


In the Whidbey Island, Libby is happily married with her husband Nick Parsons and their son Matty. Nick is having financial problems but promises to Libby to buy a sailboat if she likes her. They go to sail in the vessel while Libby's best friend Angie stays with Matty.

During the night, Libby and Nick drink wine and make love. When Libby wakes up, she and the boat are covered with blood and Nick is missing. She finds the galley's knife on the deck and out of the blue, the US Coast Guard arrives. They unsuccessfully look for Nick's body and later Libby is becomes the prime suspect to kill her husband to receive an insurance policy and is sentenced to prison.

Angie and Matty stop visiting Libby and she finds that her best friend has moved to San Francisco. She calls her from the prison and finds that Nick is alive by chance and living with Angie. Libby befriends her cellmate Margaret, who is a former lawyer, and she gives advices to Libby.

Six years later, Libby is on probation under the care of her tough officer and former lawyer and Professor Travis. But she is determined to find Matty, Angie and Nick.

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Double Jeopardy
Juicy Lucy
Horace Silver: Writer
Bob James: Writer
As If It Were Yesterday
Joe Lervold: Writer
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Kennard Ramsey: Performer
Amazing Grace
John Newton: Lyric
If You're So Smart, How Come You Ain't Rich?
Motor Dude Special
State Of The Blues
Telephone To Glory
Oh! What Can I Do
Rumblin' Reeds
No Use Talkin'
That's Enough Of That Stuff
If You're So Smart, How Come You Ain't Rich?
Fred Norman: Performer
Funky 5-0
Sammy Price: Performer
Down In Jungle Town
Theodore Morse: Performer
Petite Ou La Grosse
Joe Bonsall: Performer
Clarinet Marmalade
Larry Shields: Performer
Tiger Rag
Harry DeCosta: Performer
Rumblin' Reeds
John 'Juke' Logan: Performer
No Use Talkin'
Cindy Bullens: Performer
Doctor Jazz
Joe Oliver: Performer
That's Enough Of That Stuff
Marcia Ball: Performer

User reviews

Anthony Walker

The lack of memorable themes or motifs in the soundtrack made it difficult to recall any specific musical moments that stood out. The music failed to leave a lasting impression, blending into the background and failing to make a meaningful impact on the viewing experience.

Melissa Miller

The use of orchestral arrangements in certain scenes adds a sense of grandeur and scale to the story, making the audience feel more immersed in the narrative.

Sarah Nelson

Overall, the soundtrack of Double Jeopardy plays a crucial role in enhancing the overall viewing experience and successfully heightens the emotional resonance of the story.

Brian Wright

Overall, the soundtrack of Double Jeopardy is a standout feature of the film, elevating the viewing experience with its evocative and captivating compositions. It is a masterful work that deserves recognition for its contribution to the overall atmosphere and impact of the movie.

Donald Miller

The music effectively conveys the emotional turmoil and determination of the main character, Libby, as she navigates through the challenges of being wrongly accused and imprisoned for a crime she did not commit.

Nancy Miller

The use of orchestral arrangements and subtle melodies in the soundtrack adds depth and complexity to the storyline, creating a sense of depth and layers to the characters and their motivations.

Joseph Thomas

Overall, the soundtrack of Double Jeopardy plays a crucial role in immersing the audience in the thrilling and dramatic journey of the protagonist, making it a memorable and impactful element of the film.

Laura Adams

The use of orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack adds depth and emotion to the story, enhancing the drama and intensity of the plot twists. The music seamlessly complements the on-screen action, drawing the audience deeper into the story.

William Parker

The soundtrack of Double Jeopardy felt disconnected from the emotional intensity of the plot. The music failed to capture the suspense and drama of the main character's journey, leaving me feeling underwhelmed.

Mary Anderson

The soundtrack's incorporation of subtle, haunting melodies creates an atmosphere of mystery and intrigue that complements the film's themes of deception and redemption.

Michael Jones

The choice of instruments in the score seemed out of place, detracting from the overall atmosphere of the film. Instead of enhancing key moments, the music sometimes felt intrusive and distracting, pulling me out of the story.

Anthony Evans

The music enhances the emotional depth of the scenes, particularly during moments of betrayal and realization for the main character, Libby.

Kenneth Evans

The soundtrack's ability to shift seamlessly between moments of quiet reflection and high-energy action sequences showcases its versatility and ability to adapt to the changing tone of the film.

William Nelson

The soundtrack of Double Jeopardy perfectly captures the suspenseful and mysterious atmosphere of the plot, enhancing the tension and intrigue throughout the movie.

James Williams

The choice of music during pivotal moments of the film, such as the discovery of Nick's betrayal, elevates the impact of these scenes and leaves a lasting impression on the viewer.

Thomas Martinez

The soundtrack of Double Jeopardy effectively captures the tension and suspense of the plot twists throughout the movie.

Robert Anderson

The soundtrack of Double Jeopardy perfectly captures the suspense and mystery of the film. The haunting melodies and tense rhythms create a sense of unease that keeps you on the edge of your seat.