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The working title of the film was Tinfoil. According to a news item in Hollywood Reporter, retakes of some scenes were necessary because of problems the picture encountered with British censors. Other news items in Film Daily and Hollywood Reporter noted that M-G-M borrowed Tallulah Bankhead from Paramount for the picture in exchange for a loan-out of Montgomery for another film. Although Maude Eburne was listed as a cast member on an Hollywood Reporter production chart, she was not credited in any review or seen in the viewed print. Greta Meyer and Lilyan Irene were mentioned in pre-production news items as cast members, but their participation in the completed film has not been confirmed. According to a news item in Film Daily on November 27, 1932, this picture was to be Bankhead's last film. She did not make another picture until Stage Door Canteen in 1943, although she appeared on the stage frequently during the period.