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Actor Casey Adams provides voice-over narration as "Lt. Dick Chasen" throughout the film. Although contemporary reviews list the film's title as The Indestructible Man, the title card on the viewed print was Indestructible Man. Actor Roy Engel's surname was listed incorrectly in opening credits as "Engle." According to a November 12, 1954 Daily Variety news item, cinematographer Jack Russell, Jr. was loaned by Republic Pictures. A scene of police dispatchers from the 1948 film He Walked by Night is seen in Indestructible Man. The brief sequence includes shots of Ann Doran and Harlan Warde, neither of whom were listed in the opening credits of Indestructible Man. Like Indestructible Man, He Walked by Night included an extensive chase sequence shot in the Los Angeles storm drain system; however, it has not been determined if any of those scenes in the earlier film were used in the latter. Indestructible Man was filmed on location in Los Angeles, CA and includes shots of Los Angeles historic landmarks Angel's Flight funicular railway and The Bradbury Building.