- This was the film that got Joan Crawford labeled "box office poison" back in the late thirties.
- The role of "Anni" was originally intended for Luise Rainer.
- Probably the real "star" of the film, and the source of its title, was Adrian's red beaded gown, worn by Crawford in the climactic ball scene. The dress was reused in fashion show sequences in Big Store, The (1941) and, finally in color, in _DuBarry Was a Lady (1943)_ .
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