- Francis Coppola was assisting Roger Corman on a set in Ireland. Corman allowed Coppola to use the same set for this film if he could shoot around the shooting schedule of Corman's film.
- This film was originally going to be titled simply "Dementia." The "13" was added because it was discovered that the title "Dementia" had already been used for a 1955 film.
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