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As Richard is leaving the tie shop and Craig is following him, the police jump in between them and then drop spikes to flatten Craig's tyres. When he pulls over to the side, look at the reflection in the chrome bumper bar and you will see either the cameraman or some other crew member jump out of the way as Craig circles the car to check the tyres.
- Richard is shown drawing a picture of a horse's head, and
"the hand" has a ring on it, but Richard is not wearing
Mike Reid (Frank Butcher from Eastenders) appears in this episode, in an uncredited role as a French security guard.
GOOF: When Haley leaves the sub through the decompression chamber, he sets his oxygen tanks down before he climbs the ladder to open the hatch, but never picks the oxygen tanks up again.
Richard is supposed to be skydiving on to a small island, from 20k feet with a strong wind. You should have seen nothing but sea below the aircraft as he jumps out. But you see fields and farmland - not even what you'd expect to see had he jumped exactly over the island.
When Craig hitches a ride to rescue Sharron from a sub-zero imprisonment in a coldstore, he is carrying a briefcase, but leaves the briefcase behind in the departing car.
A Goof by the Continuity Department.
George Murcell who appeared as El Caudillio in this episode, also appeared in the episode 'Reply Box 666'.
Goof: When Richard gets out of the lake from diving his hair is dry, not wet.
Domesticated Samoyed dogs were used in this episode to represent Huskies. The real Huskies who appeared in this episode were cut into the story on film clips. Also, some of the Samoyed dogs suffered quite badly under the heat of the studio lights, with several of them collapsing under the conditions. Fortunately there were no canine fatalities.
For sharp-eyed viewers, note the sleigh-dog answering a 'call of nature' in the scene where Craig and Richard are being dragged off, supposedly dead, on sledges. This one definitely got past the editors who goofed big-time.
The "Australian" accents adopted by the guest cast in this episode are among the worst ever encountered in a television show.
David Bauer, who introduces each episode of 'The Champions' appears in this episode as Dr. Glind.
As Richard is walking around in snowy Tibet, he indicates several times that it is very cold by pulling his jacket around him and blowing on his hands, yet he never tries to zip the jacket up to keep warm.
While walking around in the snow, many characters can be seen to have faint shadows cast from several different directions, indicating the the whole Tibetan landscape was a studio set under artificial lighting; filming outside would only give a single shadow from the only natural light source, the sun.
GOOF: Craig throws a rock at the Chinese major, knocking the gun from his hand. When Richard drops the rock on the major after this, he still has the gun in his hand.
GOOF: The Chinese soldier is looking through binoculars during a snowstorm, but the shot of the image he sees through his binoculars shows no snow falling.
GOOF: The man in the laboratory begins to fall before Craig hits him.