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Eric Linden made his screen debut in this film. Artist Frederic Madan did artwork for the film's advertisements, which billed Rochelle Hudson and Mary Kornman as the "pick of the Wampas Babes," a distinction that was awarded annually from 1922 to 1934 to promising starlets by the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers. A Film Daily news item adds Harry Hellingsworth and Bradley Knoche to the cast, but their participation in the final film has not been confirmed. In 1937, RKO applied for a certificate from the Association of Motion Picture Producers so that they could re-issue the film but was told that because the "picture caused a great deal of unfavorable reaction when first released, by reason of its detailed portrayal of the wild life among high school students," it would "seem to violate the Code provisions" and therefore be ineligible for approval.