Trade paper ads announced this film under the title of "Cotton and Silk."

Two sequences, filmed in 2-strip Technicolor, totaling 1391 feet, occur in reels #2 and #10.

Rosetta Duncan and Vivian Duncan were billed as The Duncan Sisters and were among the biggest Vaudeville stars of the 1910s and 20s.

All the singing by Rosetta Duncan, Vivian Duncan, and Lawrence Gray is live in this production. Nothing is pre-recorded.

Future star Ann Dvorak is easily spotted among the chorus dancers and is the featured dancer on the left in the 'Hoosier Hop" number.

After The Duncan Sisters proved unavailable for The Broadway Melody (1929), they were rushed into this film to cash in on the craze for musicals.

Sheet music shown for songs from the movies Marianne (1929), The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929), The Broadway Melody (1929), The Divine Lady (1928).

The marriage license shows a date of 1921.