A somewhat prim and proper Englishman is hired as the tutor to the son of the Japanese ambassador. His life changes when he and the boy are kidnapped by terrorists for political purposes.
They all saw him as a hero ... but could he live up to it?
Did You Know?
Music recorded at Olympic Studios, London. Engineered by Keith Grant
. Produced by Jack Fishman
who also supervised the soundtrack album. All music published by Famous Music Corporation. See more
When the Bedford 4-Ton truck is tipped over the cliff, the model that's initially pushed with a digger is the mid 1970's model previously driven into the scene, but the one that tumbles down the hill is a much older (late 1950's/early 1960's) model with different style of cab. See more
Opening credits prologue: This is the story of a man and a boy.
The events in which they become involved are, unhappily, happening almost daily in some part of the world.
It must therefore be emphasised that all the characters are fictitious, as is the country in which the story takes place.
KULAGONG is somewhere in South East Asia. See more
Referenced in Growing Pains: Paper Tigers
Music by Roy Budd
and Jack Fishman
Sung by the Ray Conniff
Singers See more