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According to contemporary sources, the working title was Ladies of the Evening. According to modern sources, Edward Bernds was the sound mixing engineer. Modern sources also note that the film was shot at the Columbia studios and on location at Malibu Lake, CA, from December 1929 to January 1930, and that a silent version was released for theaters not yet equipped with sound. Columbia remade the film in 1937 as Women of Glamour, directed by Gordon Wiles and starring Virginia Bruce. A 1926 Columbia film also titled Ladies of Leisure was unrelated to the 1930 film.