Contributed by: Kyle Palkowski
Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir, writers of the "The Destroyer" novels on which the film is based, wrote the film's novelization.
A TV pilot was also made and aired, but never went to series. Jeffrey Meek was cast as Remo Williams and Roddy McDowall
(doing a frighteningly good impersonation of Grey's performance) as Chiun. Craig Safan
remained as the series' composer.
The film has two James Bond film mainstays: director Guy Hamilton (director of "Goldfinger," "Diamonds Are Forever," "Live and Let Die," and "The Man with the Golden Gun") and screenwriter Christopher Wood (screenwriter or co-screenwriter of "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker," and also creator of Jaws, played by Richard Kiel).
For some odd reason, while the US trailers and the actual movie credits say that the film is called "Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins...," the US posters shortened it to "Remo: The Adventure Begins...".
In the UK, it was released as "Remo - Unarmed And Dangerous".
Executive producer Dick Clark (yes, THAT Dick Clark) still holds the screen rights to Remo Williams and is still trying to get another movie off the ground.