Not Rated | | Adventure, Drama
During the 1950s, in British-controlled Malaya, rubber-tree planters face many difficulties and dangers, including bandit attacks and nationalist guerrilla ambushes.
This film received its earliest documented USA telecast in St. Louis Saturday 3 November 1956 on KWK (Channel 4); in Chicago it first aired Saturday 15 December 1956 on Movietime USA on WBKB (Channel 7).
Months ago I should have kissed you goodbye and put you firmly on a train.
At the beginning of the film when the attack on Carter's estate takes place, the gunfire which kills Carter appears to penetrate the building through the window from which we see him fall. However, the glass remains intact.
Opening credits prologue: This film is dedicated to the rubber planters of Malaya, where only the jungle is neutral, and where the planters are daily defending their rubber trees with their lives.