- The play, "Fly Away Home", opened in New York City, New York, USA on 15 January 1935 and had 204 performences. In the cast on opening night were Montgomery Clift, Philip Faversham, Sheldon Leonard, Thomas Mitchell and Albert Dekker
- Although Walter Huston had sung in his theater roles earlier, this was the first time he sang in a movie.
- Actors and their character names Norman Willis (Saloon Proprietor), Nick Thompson (Nick) and Harry Seymour (Pianist) were all in studio records, but were not seen in this movie. A piano is seen in the prison orchestra, but the pianist was never in view.
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