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The working title of this film was A Strange Caravan. According to the film's spoken introduction, the film's plot was based upon "a little known bit of American history, that Congress granted four townships of land in Alabama to French officers of Napoleon's defeated armies and their families." Hollywood Reporter reported that the film was shot in Agoura, CA, and that a French cultural decoration, the Palms of the Officier d'Academy, was to be awarded to Donald Overall-Hatswell for his technical direction. His onscreen credit, however, was for uniforms. Modern sources include Chuck Roberson in the cast.