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Although the surname of George Barbier and Ruth Hussey's characters is "Piermont" in the film, Variety and some other sources incorrectly listed the name as "Pierpont." According to a news item in Hollywood Reporter on March 25, 1938, Bradbury Foote, Ogden Nash and Jane Hall were polishing the script for the picture, which was scheduled to start three days later. Nash and Hall were included in preliminary credits, dated April 18, 1938, in the Screen Achievements Bulletin for contributions to the screenplay, and Foote was credited with contributions to the dialogue. In the final Screen Achievements Bulletin credits, only Foote's name was retained in addition to the onscreen credit for original story and screenplay for Stanley Raub.