In her interview by Leonard Maltin in the December 1972 issue of Film Fan Monthly, Madge Evans gave the following testimony about the filming of "Army Girl" : "[I appeared] In a film called 'ARMY GIRL' with Preston Foster and a very good director, a very nice man named George Nicholls. Mr. Yates, who was President of Republic, had at that time decided to go into more ambitious productions, and I think we must have been all of three weeks, instead of three days. We went on location and other elaborate things for Republic."

Madge Evans' last theatrical movie.

[Foreword] To the men and mounts - living and dead - of the United States Cavalry, whose record of service is a chapter of glory in America's history - this story is respectfully dedicated....