Pamela Stephenson subsequently stated in an interview that she felt pressured to take part in the nude scene with Robin Askwith, which she said had not appeared in the original script. Unable to contact her agent, she complied, but remained deeply unhappy about the situation she'd been placed in. If true, this would explain her obvious nerves during this sequence.
The movie featured an Asian call-girl character who had the memorable name of "Juicy Lucy" who had first appeared in The Virgin Soldiers (1969) where she was played by former You Only Live Twice (1967) Bond Girl Tsai Chin. In this sequel, she was portrayed by Fiesta Mei Ling. Moreover, a companion character to "Juicy Lucy" appears in this sequel, she being called "Elephant Ethel" (Miriam Margolyes).
Debut English theatrical feature film of actress-comedian Pamela Stephenson. It was not Stephenson's first feature film though as Stephenson had appeared in the earlier Australian cinema movie Private Collection (1972).
"The Virgin Soldiers" (1966) was the first novel written by author Leslie Thomas. It spawned two sequels, "Onward Virgin Soldiers" (1971) and "Stand Up Virgin Soldiers" (1975), the latter being the name of this movie's one and only sequel Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers (1977).