- Originally intended as a sequel to Valley of the Dolls (1967) but written instead as a pastiche of it, the studio insisted on the disclaimer at the beginning distancing it from the earlier movie.
- The ending was not in the script. Roger Ebert and Russ Meyer came up with the idea on the day of shooting.
- In the original script, the Susan Lake and Baxter Wolfe characters were called Anne Welles and Lyon Burke.
- The character of Ronnie "Z-Man" Barzell was based loosely on legendary record producer Phil Spector. While neither Meyer nor Ebert had ever met Spector, they were told by acquaintances of his that they'd caught his essence very well.
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