The painting of Alice Reed was done by Paul Clemens. He painted portraits of many Hollywood stars, often with their children. He was married to Eleanor Parker from 1954 to 1965.
Edward G. Robinson, Dan Duryea, and Joan Bennett would go on to play the three leads in Fritz Lang's next film Scarlet Street (1945).
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60-minute radio adaptation of the movie on June 25, 1945 with Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea, and Edward G. Robinson reprising their film roles.
The last film role for George 'Spanky' McFarland for 42 years until The Aurora Encounter (1986), which would be his final one.
The ten cent road toll equals about $1.50 in 2020, and the $3.25 prescription equates to ~$47.
Former "Our Gang" members George 'Spanky' McFarland and Robert Blake (Mickey Gubitosi) both have cameo appearances. They did not have any scenes together. Spanky, (who is 16) plays a bespectacled Boy Scout on a newsreel who discovers Manzard's corpse, while Blake appears early on in the picture as Professor Wanley's little boy, Dickie, departing the train station with his mother and sister, Elsie.
Wanley's car is a 1937 Cadillac Series 65 Touring sedan. MSRP new was $2,190 ($31,900 in 2020). Only 7,003 of this model were made.
According to contemporary articles in The Hollywood Reporter, this film was shot on several sound stages at Goldwyn, Paramount, RKO, PRC and Selznick studios.