- Adolphe Menjou was having difficulty with a particular line in the script. At the prompting of others on the set, Shirley Temple, (aged 6) turned to director Alexander Hall and asked "Is it too late to replace Mr. Menjou on this picture?".
- The character of Regret, named after the prize winning 1915 racehorse, was in fact Otto "Abadabba" Berman, the financial genius behind gangster Dutch Schultz's business empire and best friend of writer Damon Runyon. Berman was shot dead in a hit on Schultz a year after the film's release.
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