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According to news items in Daily Variety and Motion Picture Daily, this was to be the first of several films to be made at Grand National by Ben Judell's newly-formed Progressive Pictures, Corp. A March 1, 1938 news item in Daily Variety also noted that the picture was to start "next week." The Variety review of the film suggested that it was of such poor quality that the title should have been changed to Delinquent Producers. According to a press release contained in copyright records for the film, Terry Walker was "discovered" after she posed for artist Norman Rockwell for a painting that became a cover for an issue of The Saturday Evening Post.