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This film was released in Great Britain under the title Forget-Me-Not. According to Variety, the film was released in the United States by Grand National, instead of London Films' usual distributor, United Artists, on the condition that producer Alexander Korda's name not be used in any domestic billing or advertising. Variety also noted that opera singer Beniamino Gigli had formally performed with the Metropolitain Opera in New York City. The film was reissued in the United States in 1951 as The Magic Voice. While reviews for the United States release of this film state that the director was Stanley Irving, modern sources credit Zoltan Korda as director, with Irving as assistant director, and the pressbook for the 1951 reissue lists producer Alberto Giacalone as director. Modern sources include Producer Alexander Korda, Camera Operator Robert Krasker, Music Mischa Spoliansky and Muir Mathieson Music Director in the production.