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  1. The film's title probably alludes to Q ships, a secret weapon of the First World War. Jack Whittingham later co-wrote a screenplay for a James Bond film that was later filmed as Thunderball (film) and Never Say Never Again that involved a hijacked bo

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  2. a 1939 spy film directed by Tim Whelan, starring Ralph Richardson, Laurence Olivier and Valerie Hobson

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  3. British planes carrying experimental and high secret equipment being developed under government contract are regularly vanishing with their crews on their test flights

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  4. produced by Irving Asher with Alexander Korda as executive producer

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  5. The film was released on video by Carlton Home Entertainment in 1991, and on DVD in April 2007

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