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The opening and closing cast credits vary. In the opening credits, Al Fisher and Lou Marks are billed as "Fisher and Marks." The choreographers' opening credit reads "Jane and Roye Dodge." In 1957 Paramount Pictures Corp. purchased Dot Records, a music recording company which represented, among many other artists, the musical group Lonzo and Oscar, who were featured in Country Music Holiday.
The picture marked the feature film debut of then child actress Patty Duke, although her first onscreen credit was for The Goddess (see below), filmed shortly after Country Music Holiday. Ferlin Husky and Faron Young were country music stars at the time of the film's release and Young was later made a Country Music Hall of Fame inductee. For more information about actor-boxer Rocky Graziano, see the entry below for Somebody Up There Likes Me, a biographical film about his life.