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The following written prologue appears before the onscreen credits: "Dedicated to the Eighth United States Army, Fifth United States Air Force, Republic of Korea Army who made this film possible. To the men at Itazuki, Kwanju, Taego, Ouijanbu, Pusan, Inchon, Seoul where this story was photographed." According to a December 1952 Daily Variety news item, Mission over Korea's script was altered to include a portion of the 85,000 feet of location footage photographed by producer Robert Cohn and a camera crew near the Korean front lines. The song "Forgive Me," the English version of a popular Japanese song "Gomen-Nasai" was a hit record for Richard Bowers prior to making this film. Bowers, who appears as a soldier, also sings the song in the picture.