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This film's working title was Man on a Motorcycle. A September 13, 1956 Los Angeles Mirror-News article stated that the husband-and-wife team of Art and Jo Napoleon used the exterior and interior of their home at 122 S. Maple Drive, Beverly Hills for several sequences in the film. The article detailed the congestion inside the house and stated that it resembled "a mob scene in a telephone booth." Additionally, the Napoleons' two young sons, Josh and Jeff, who are billed as Josh and Jeff Freeman in the onscreen credits, played "Marian's" sons in the film. Bob Yeakel, a Southern California Cadillac dealer, permitted filming in his showroom and appeared in the picture as himself in exchange for free advertising. Hollywood Reporter news items include Joy Stoner in the cast, but her appearance in the completed film has not been confirmed.