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Film Daily lists Basil Wrangell as the film's editor, but this credit is probably an error. The film received a "Best Art Direction" Academy Award nomination at the 1932-33 ceremonies. The title on the viewed print of this film was Strange Skirts. In 1941, Robert Z. Leonard directed Joan Crawford, Robert Taylor and Greer Garson in an M-G-M remake of Rachel Crothers' story. Apparently M-G-M changed the title of the 1933 film to Strange Skirts to avoid confusion with its own remake. On June 11, 1952, a third version of Crothers' play, directed by Alex Segal and starring Patricia Morison and Richard Carlson, was broadcast on the ABC television network.