Part of this film's plot involves Lucille Ball inside of a runaway mobile trailer. Several months after filming this picture, Ball also spent much of her screen time inside of a mobile trailer in the film Next Time I Marry (1938). Later, in one of her better-known film roles, she starred in yet another mobile trailer-themed film in The Long, Long Trailer (1953).
When Judy is in the convertible with her parents, about a half hour into the picture, she turns around to say good-bye to Wilbur when a moving reflection of the boom microphone is visible on the trunk of the car. Usually in that era of film, a car's finish is dulled, dirtied or matte to prevent this. Earlier in the scene, what appears to be a man standing beside the camera rig is also reflected in the polished finish of the same car.
No character names are credited with the cast list; Joe Penner's surname is spelled both as "Meeley" and "Meely" within the film.