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  • The setting of this movie's source novel was changed from Yokohama, Japan to Dartmouth in Devon, England (where the picture was shot) for this filmed cinematic adaptation.
  • The film was made and released about thirteen years after its source novel "Gogo no Eiko" by Yukio Mishima had been first published in 1963. The book was first translated into English by John Nathan about two years later in 1965 - around eleven years before this film.
  • The title of this picture's source Japanese "Gogo no Eiko" story translates literally into the English language as "The Afternoon Towing".
  • The vessel name of the merchant ship was "Belle" of the port of Boston.
  • The picture's closing credits declare that "no living animals were inhumanely treated in depicting the sequences shown in this film".
  • Most movie posters for the film featured a long blurb that read: "He gave his soul to the sea and his heart to a woman. Their love will arouse you. The story will disturb you. The ending will startle you".
  • Academy Award (Oscar) winner 斯特林·西利芬特 wrote a screenplay of the film's source novel in 1969 around seven years before the picture debuted in theaters.
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