No Man Is an Island
No Man Is an Island (film).jpg
Directed by Richard Goldstone
John Monks Jr.
Produced by Richard Goldstone
John Monks Jr.
Written by Richard Goldstone
John Monks Jr.
Starring Jeffrey Hunter
Marshall Thompson
Barbara Perez
Studio Gold Coast Productions
Distributed by Universal-International
Release date(s) September 20, 1962
Running time 114 minutes
Country United States
Language English

No Man Is an Island is a 1962 war film about the exploits of George Ray Tweed, a United States Navy radioman who avoided capture and execution by the Japanese during their years-long World War II occupation of Guam. It stars Jeffrey Hunter as Tweed. Ironically, the film was shot entirely in the Philippines and all the supporting actors spoke Tagalog rather than Chamorro, much to the amusement of Guamanians who saw it.[1]


  • Jeffrey Hunter as George R. Tweed
  • Marshall Thompson as Jonn Sonnenberg
  • Barbara Perez as "Joe" Cruz
  • Ronald Remy as Chico Torres
  • Paul Edwards Jr. as Al Turney
  • Rolf Bayer as Chief Schultz
  • Vicente Liwanag as Vicente
  • Fred Harris II as Roy Lund
  • Lamberto V. Avellana as Mr. Shimoda
  • Chichay as Mrs. Nakamura
  • Antonio de la Mogueis as Florecito
  • Vic Silayan as Major Hondo
  • Bert La Fortesa as Comdr. Oto Harada
  • Eddie Infante as Sus Quintagua
  • Nardo Ramos as Tumon
  • Rosa Mia as Primera Quintagua
  • Mike Anzures as Santos


  1. Rogers, Robert (1995). Destiny's Landfall: A History of Guam. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. p. 179. 

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