First appearance of Wally Brown and Alan Carney as their characters of "Jerry and Mike" (RKO's answer to Abbott and Costello). The studio intended to make a series of films using the pair, showing their adventures in the Army in WWII, but only one other film, Rookies in Burma (1943), was made. They would appear as their characters in four other films, however: Girl Rush (1944), Zombies on Broadway (1945), Radio Stars on Parade (1945), and Genius at Work (1946).

This film was a success at the box office, earning RKO a profit of $198,000 ($3M in 2019) according to studio records.