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The opening credits list the title in lower case as three bad sisters. The pressbook in copyright records notes that the film was shot on location at the Bel Air Estates in Los Angeles, and in Corona del Mar, CA. Although Gilbert Kay had directed for television and was an assistant director on numerous films, Three Bad Sisters was his first motion picture as director. In addition, the film marked the feature film debut of Patsy Nayfack. Although reviews noted that silent film star Madge Kennedy returned to the motion picture screen in Three Bad Sisters after an absence, Kennedy had appeared in several films in the early 1950s.