Director of photographer James Van Trees was given on-screen credit when he substituted for 'Tony Gaudio (I)', who had a bad case of flu.

When George Brent runs into Charles Halton, whose character is called Gates, he says, "Greetings, Gates." This is a play on "Greetings, gate," a hipster phrase of the time, which Brent is obviously saying to annoy Gates, who is very old-fashioned and fussy.

Frank Mills and Vera Lewis are in casting call lists for unspecified roles in this movie, but were not seen.

At one point, Warner Bros. announced Jane Wyman was to have the female lead in this film.