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The above synopsis and credits were taken from a cutting continuity included in the copyright material as well as contemporary reviews. Credits are introduced by phrases such as "These people are in the cast," "This man wrote the script" and "These fellers did the work." The character "Little Iodine" first appeared in Jimmy Hatlo's comic feature "They'll Do It Every Time" and was given her own strip in 1943. According to a April 26, 1946 Hollywood Reporter news item, dwarf actors Hazel Resmondo and Henry Stone were hired as stand-ins for Jo Ann Marlowe and Lanny Rees. The September 14, 1946 Motion Picture Herald review noted that the film's release date was set back because a polio epidemic was keeping children at home and out of the theaters.