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This film was the sixth and last in M-G-M's "The Thin Man" series and was Myrna Loy's last film at M-G-M, where she had made most of her pictures since the early 1930s. In her autobiography, Myrna Loy stated that she "hated" the film, calling it "a lackluster finish to a great series." The film was also the last picture of many that co-starred Loy and William Powell, although Loy made a brief cameo in Powell's 1947 picture, The Senator Was Indiscreet. For more information on the series, please consult the Series Index and see the entry for The Thin Man in AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1931-40; F3.4572.