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Marc Lachmann's unpublished story was called "The Show Must Go On." According to a Hollywood Reporter news item, Fred Keating dropped out of this production because of a scheduling conflict. Although Motion Picture Herald states that Thurston Hall was a stage and radio veteran who was making his screen debut in this production, his movie acting career actually dates back to the early silent films. Maria Gambarelli was a noted ballerina of the 1930s. According to a Hollywood Reporter news item, a nightclub sequence was shot at Prudential Studios because of overcrowding at RKO.