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Bill Brame's onscreen credit reads: "Written, Produced and Directed by Bill Brame." Sterling Franck and Ellen Prince's onscreen credit reads: "Makeup and Wardrobe by Sterling Franck and Ellen Prince." Miss Melody Jones marked Philomena Nowlin's screen acting debut. No reviews for the film were located, but information in the AMPAS Library file on the film reveal that it opened at various Los Angeles theaters in August 1974. Although onscreen credits include only six song titles, the song "Wrong Kind of Make-up" is heard in the film and is listed in press material. In press material, the song "Till I Find the Way" is listed as "Come Share My Dream." The film was shot in and around Los Angeles, including Griffith Park and on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.