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Although this film was not viewed, the above summary was derived from a cutting continuity contained in the film's copyright records and from reviews. A September 1947 Hollywood Reporter news item announced that director John Reinhardt would double as art director for this film. An October 1947 Hollywood Reporter news item indicated that producer Robert Presnell and Reinhardt wanted to use this film to prove that an 'A' picture could be made on a 'B' budget of $300,000. According to a November 1947 Hollywood Reporter news item, distributor Film Classics intended to present a special television trailer for For You I Die in twenty cities.