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Although a Hollywood Reporter news item claims that Gordon McDonell's story was published in Cosmopolitan, SAB and other sources refer to the story as unpublished. RKO borrowed Susan Hayward from Walter Wanger's company for this production. According to a Hollywood Reporter news item, RKO shot around Hayward for the first twelve days of production while she finished her role in Wanger's film Smash-Up. The same item lists Ray Enright as director, but this is probably an error. Hollywood Reporter also notes that photographer Harry J. Wild and art director Robert Boyle went to Kanab, UT, to scout locations in early July 1946. It is not known if scenes were actually filmed there, however.