- The Cast Showoff: Edward Woodward, who sings a poem written by Morant called "At Last", on-screen during a flashback. He also sings the song that accompanies the last couple of minutes of the film and closing credits, "Soldiers of the Queen", written by Leslie Stuart.
- Throw It In: During the filming of the final execution scene - as the two men walk to their deaths, Edward Woodward put of his hand towards Bryan Brown, who takes hold of it. This was an unscripted moment improvised on the spot between the two actors - and this was the take used in the finished film. Years later Woodward was shocked to learn that in reality Morant and Handcock had held hands in this exact same fashion.
- What Could Have Been: Alan Bates was offered the role of Lieutenant Harry "Breaker" Morant.
Trivia / Breaker Morant