- Originally was planed to end with the production number "Petting in the Park", but after seeing the complete numbers, the studio decided to put the more politically correct "My Forgotten Man" at the end. Remains of the old order are visible; in the final backstage scene, Ruby Keeler and the chorus girls are all wearing costumes for the number "Pettin in the Park".
- A further production number with Ginger Rogers singing "I've Got to Sing a Torch Song" was planed, but didn't made it in the movie.
- The musical numbers were added to the film after it was already finished due to the enormous success of Busby Berkeley's routines in 42nd Street (1933).
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