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The working title for this film was Song of Broadway. The Daily Variety review erroneously lists the running time as 64 minutes. An early March 1945 Hollywood Reporter news item indicates that Marguerite Chapman was originally set for the part played by Marjorie Reynolds. Reynolds was borrowed from Paramount for her role. According to an April 1946 Hollywood Reporter news item, songwriter Allie Wrubel filed a $265,000 lawsuit against producer Burt Kelly and Columbia Pictures, alleging that he wrote the original story of the film. The suit sought $100,000 in damages for the story, $50,000 for the screen advertising and publicity credit that Wrubel did not receive, and $15,000 for the musical score he expected to write. No information has been found concerning the outcome of the suit.