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According to a September 4, 1949 Los Angeles Examiner news item, this film was "suggested by the Hearst Newspapers' campaign against unescorted women frequenting bars." Although a late March 1949 Hollywood Reporter news item announced that Alan Hale, Jr. had been cast in the picture, he did not appear in the final film. An April 11, 1949 Hollywood Reporter news item noted that producer Jeffrey Bernerd had arranged to use television equipment belonging to KFI-TV for scenes in the film, while plans called for a television station to be recreated on the studio's lot. Los Angeles Times incorrectly reported that Theodora Lynch was making her screen debut in the film.