Filming began January 22, 1942, one of Hollywood's earliest replies to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor a month earlier. This was the third of Bela Lugosi's nine Monogram features.
When a young woman's nerves commence to give way it is time she sought refuge in a strong man's arms.
Alice Saunders: I just ran into yours.
Monsieur Colomb: Mine might be dangerous.
At the 47:30 minute mark, a plane carrying Dick Martin is flying right to left across the screen, with a visible logo of "The Great Silver Fleet". At the 49:58 minute mark, the plane is now flying back to Washington, DC, and it is flying in the reverse direction, from left to right across the screen. The logo is indecipherable because it is actually the same shot seen earlier, just played back in reverse. All the letters are in mirror image.