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The working title of this film was Double Identity, which was also the title listed on the viewed print. According to a pre-production news item in Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. originally planned to shoot this film in Technicolor with George Brent as the male lead. According to a news item in Hollywood Reporter, still photographer Emmet Schoenbaum was replaced by Bert Lynch after Schoengaum suffered a heart attack. James Oliver Curwood's story was the basis of the 1920 film The River's End, directed by Marshall Neilan and Victor Heerman, and starring Lewis Stone and Marjorie Daw (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1911-20; F1.3742).