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Kessel & Baumann May have had some involvement with the film's distribution as well as its production. Most contemporary sources list Lawrence Windom as director and R. A. (Raoul) Walsh as supervisor, but some credit Walsh as director; one source credits Walsh as writer. Contemporary sources disagree as to whether the film is five or six reels long. George Halman and George Halpin May have been the same actor. According to modern sources, Babe Ruth received only $15,000 of the $50,000 he was promised for the film, and he is said to have kept on his person for years, as a conversation piece, a worthless $35,000 check from the producers.