|Directed by||Terry Bourke|
|Produced by||Gordon Mailloux|
|Written by||Terry Bourke|
|Music by||Nick Demuth|
|Edited by||Gene Ruggiero|
|Distributed by||Crown International|
Terry Bourke and producer Gordon Mailloux had previously worked on the film Sampan together, which had been a success. They decided to make a second film in Guam, in part to establish local facilities which could be used by Japanese film crews who often used the island to shoot commercials and films. Money was raised from local investors and the Guam Economic Development Authority and Crown International agreed to distribute.
Shooting took two to three months using a combination of local actors and Hollywood talent. Scenes were shot aboard the USS Razorback. with interior scenes shot in Hong Kong and special effects scenes shot in Japan.
The film screened all around the world, making $25,000 in Guam, but according to Mailloux, Crown International took all the money.
- "Filmmaking" at Guampedia accessed 23 October 2012
- Interview with Gordon Mailloux, Uno Online, 1 June 2010 accessed 23 October 2012
- 'Jackson Drive in', South East Missourian 17 March 1972 accessed 23 October 2012
- p.35 Whatever Happened to Noon Sunday Uno Magazine
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