Two movies in one (hence the title), with many of the same actors appearing in both halves, this funny Stanley Donen-directed sendup of film cliches takes an affectionate look at an era when lawmen were "coppers" and people could say "swell" without smirking. Shot in both black-and-white
and color, it is intended as a whole evening of entertainment and includes a coming-attractions trailer for "Zero Hour," a war movie that obviously was never made. After a George Burns prolog we plunge into the first movie, "Dynamite Hands," which parodies 1930s fight films, following the fortunes
of a poor law student, Harry Hamlin, who takes to the ring to pay for an operation to...