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This film, hand-colored in Paris, was the first Gold Rooster play in color. The actress Mrs. Brundage May have been Mathilde Brundage. Two later British productions were based on same source. Carlyle Blackwell supervised and starred in a version with the same title which was released in 1923, directed by Fred Leroy Granville, and starring Madge Stuart and Phyllis Titmuss; in 1936, a version with the same title, produced by Toeplitz, was released, which starred Maurice Chevalier, Margaret Lockwood and Betty Stockfeld, and was directed by Curtis Bernhardt.