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Although the initial Hollywood Reporter production chart for this film lists Hal Rosson as the photographer, subsequent charts and onscreen credits list Karl Freund. The extent of Rosson's contribution to the final film has not been determined. According to M-G-M publicity materials, Elyse Sutter, who appeared in the film as a water dancer, was Miss Wisconsin of 1945. A July 1946 Hollywood Reporter news item noted that Angela Lansbury's mother, Moyna MacGill, was set for a role, but her appearance in the released film has not been confirmed. According to an August 1946 Hollywood Reporter news item, Calvin Jackson substituted for musical director Georgie Stoll when Stoll fell ill. Some filming took place on Mackinac Island, MI. A 1981 Hollywood Reporter news item notes the 1980 film Somewhere in Time was filmed at the same Mackinac Island location used for this picture. Actress Anne Francis made her motion picture debut in the film.