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The working title of this film was Two Tickets to Heaven. While Paul Cavanagh's character is listed as "Willard Rogers" in the end credits, he is called "Clifton Rogers" in the film. According to Hollywood Reporter news items, Fred Jackson, who is credited with the picture's original story, was first assigned to produce the film, and Albert Herman was to direct it. Edgar Ulmer took over as director in mid-February 1945, when Jack D. Grant was announced as the producer. Martin Mooney took over as producer in late March 1945, Hollywood Reporter production charts include Pamela Blake in the cast, but her appearance in the released film has not been confirmed. According to modern interviews with Ulmer, German cameraman Eugene Schuftan was the uncredited director of photography on this film, and most of the film's story was made up on the set by the director and his actors.