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The working title of this film was Sacred and Profane Love. In addition to his original story credit, Screen Achievements Bulletin lists writer Edgar Selwyn as an "other participant" in the scriptwriting process. The exact nature of his contribution is not known. Before Clark Gable was assigned to the role, Preston Foster was announced in news items as Joan Crawford's co-star. According to Hollywood Reporter, scenes for the film were shot at the Rancho Agua de la Centinela, a 4,000 acre tract ranch in the southwestern United States. Modern sources add William Deggar to the cast.