Definition of double feature in English:

double feature

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noun

chiefly North American
A cinema programme with two full-length films.
More example sentences
  • MGM has released a double feature of these films under their Midnight Movies banner.
  • Down and Out in Beverly Hills is a fine retelling, and would make a satisfying double feature with Renoir's film, presented here in a beautiful transfer by the cineastes at Criterion.
  • I would even have settled for a double feature with another film adaptation of the story; goodness knows, with so many to choose from, surely one must be owned by Fox.

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