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Actor Barton MacLane's surname was misspelled "McLane" in the onscreen credits. Contemporary sources note that Page Miss Glory was Cosmopolitan's first production for Warner Bros. release after the company left M-G-M. As noted in the New York Times review, the film also marked Marion Davies' return to the screen after an extended hiatus. Daily Variety noted that Paul de Rincon was a French tennis champ whom Mervyn LeRoy met on his recent around the world tour and that Gayne Whitman was a local radio player. According to Variety, the West Coast preview was 75 minutes as opposed to the 93 minutes it ran in its Broadway showing. According to a news item in Daily Variety, Warner Bros. denied that William Randolph Hearst had demanded the play be shelved. The studio bought the play for Davies for $72,500. According to modern sources, Frank Borzage was originally scheduled to direct this film.