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According to the New York Times, Clara Blandick appeared in this film in the role of Miss Crackenwald. All other sources credit Elizabeth Patterson. It is not known if Blandick appeared in the film. In pre-release the film was entitled Old Man Minick. Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman's play was the basis for the Famous Players-Lasky film Welcome Home released by Paramount in 1925. It was directed by James Cruze and starred Luke Cosgrove, Warner Baxter and Lois Wilson who reprised the role of Nettie in the 1932 production (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1921-30; F2.6144). In 1939, Warner Bros. used the same source as the basis for No Place to Go (see below).