In an uncredited appearance, Horace Percival appears as a pedlar, his best-known role from the radio series and film It's That Man Again (1943).
When the Algerian Detective Peter Illing questions the Jeweller Meinhart Maur about the man selling diamonds, the jeweller states the man was over six feet. The detective says that means he was five feet ten. At the time the film was made, Algeria was under French rule and the man's height should have been stated under the metric system and not in English units.
[Following the opening credits, the following disclaimer]: The Huggett Family, which made its screen debut in "Holiday Camp", appears again in this film.
Since the name of the family was chosen it has been brought to our notice that a Mr. and Mrs. Vane Huggett and their family made a trek across Africa, subsequently returning to England.
This film does not relate to Mr. and Mrs. Vane Huggett and their family and is not in any way based on their experiences.
On the contrary, all characters and events are fictitious.
Any similarity to actual events, or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.