- The football scenes were shot at the Berkeley Bowl between the first and second quarters of the East-West game of 1924-25.
- Some of the football scenes were reused by Preston Sturges in his 1947 film Sin of Harold Diddlebock, The (1947).
- This film was selected to the National Film Registry, Library of Congress, in 1990.
- Harold Lloyd originally began production with the football scenes, filming at the Rose Bowl. However, he couldn't achieve the right tone for these final scenes, and he decided to start over again and shoot the film in sequence.
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