This film flopped at the box office, resulting in a loss to MGM of $804,000 ($7.2M in 2018) according to studio records.
In a separately filmed trailer, columnist Earl Wilson and actress Julie Wilson talk to each other and tell the audience about the film.
Several songs from The Opposite Sex (1956) are played throughout the movie instrumentally including its theme.
Two employees sitting at a table in the kitchen are referred to as Leon and Eddie. This is likely a nod to the well-known and bawdy supper club Leon & Eddie's that was located on 52nd Street in New York City, run by Leon Enken and Eddie Davis. It closed in 1953 four years before this movie was released.