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Some scenes in the film were shot at the famous $250,000 swimming pool and palm garden of Edward L. Doheny in Los Angeles. Art Accord and other cowboys appeared in the film. Elsie Janis exhibited her boy impersonation, which she was famous for performing on stage. Contemporary reviews do not list the director's name; Bosworth's credit comes from a mid-production news article. A 1941 date sheet in the Paramount studio records cites Lois Weber as the film's director, and one modern source credits William Desmond Taylor, but no contemporary source to corroborate either of these credits has been located.