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The opening and closing onscreen cast credits differ slightly in order. The film was assigned two different copyright numbers for the same claimant on the same date. A June 1951 Los Angeles Examiner news item notes that Brian Donlevy was initially slated to star in the film. In April 1955, a Daily Variety news item noted that Trevor Howard was to co-star. Although an early Hollywood Reporter production chart places Patricia Medina in the cast, she was subsequently replaced by Eva Bartok.
Although an April 1956 Hollywood Reporter news item states that Ned Washington was hired to write songs with George Melachrino, there are no songs in the released film and Washington is not credited onscreen or in any reviews. Hollywood Reporter production charts state that location filming was done in Imst, Austria, and onscreen credits add that the film was produced at the M-G-M British Studios in Elstree, England.