A Japanese solder arrives on the island, thinks it's still WWII, and holds the castaways prisoner on their own island.
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The Japanese Soldier mentions several movie stars by name, including Lloyd Bridges. Most of Bridges' movie roles prior to and during the war (when the soldier could have seen him onscreen) were unbilled or minor parts. He didn't become a star until well past the end of Work War II. See more
The captured castaways are held in bamboo cages, supposedly booby trapped with grenades that would explode if the bars where pried apart. However, the grenades are clearly just hanging from wires like Christmas tree ornaments. Also the grenades are within easy reach, and potentially could have been taken by the prisoners to use against their captor. See more