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Although the onscreen title card includes a copyright statement for "Bobby Breen Productions, Inc," the title was not found in copyright records. Basil Rathbone's character is spelled "Selden" in the onscreen credits, but in the film itself and in advertisements for the picture, it is spelled "Seldon." Al Boasberg, who is listed in reviews and Screen Achievements Bulletin as the author of the "comedy sequences," died before the film opened. Marion Claire, who had been a member of the Chicago Civic Opera, made her screen debut in this production. According to a March 1937 Hollywood Reporter news item, Los Angeles' orphanages were searched for 200 boys to use in the camp sequence. Motion Picture Herald's "In the Cutting Room" includes Herbert Colcombe, James Parker, Carlyle Moore, Harold Smith and Jack White in the cast, while a Hollywood Reporter news item adds Don Hulbert. Their participation in the final film has not been confirmed.