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Although Hollywood Reporter news items include the following actors in the cast, their appearance in the completed film has not been confirmed: Than Wyenn, Lee Aaker, Ray Bennett, David Bond, John Close, Joe Bailey, Herold Goodwin, Joe Kerr, Richard Cutting, Joey Ray, Rex Dominick, John Halloran, Michael McHale, Wesley Hudman and John Phillips.
According to the Motion Picture Herald Prod Digest review, this film was "the first United Artists release under that company's agreement with the late Leonard Goldstein's independent production unit, now under the command of Robert Goldstein." Several reviewers commented on the film's grimness and brutality, and according to a January 1955 Daily Variety news item, the picture was banned by the Memphis Censor Board. The Hollywood Reporter review noted that the film was shot with Eastman Tri-X film, a new, faster stock requiring less light.