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According to Frank Capra's autobiography, this film was erroneously advertised during its London run as "a Frank Capra Production." In his autobiography, Capra stated that he had nothing to do with the film and that Columbia president Harry Cohn perpetrated the deception hoping to cash in on Capra's popularity in England following It Happened One Night. According to modern sources, Capra sued Columbia for libel, and it was not until Cohn promised to buy the rights to the play You Can't Take It With You (see below) that the incident was resolved.