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Faith Baldwin's novel was serialized in Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan (Sep 1935-January 1936). According to a Hollywood Reporter news item, actor Dick Talmadge cancelled a six-film arrangement with Reliance Pictures to be second unit director on this film. Motion Picture Herald's "Cutting Room" notes that in the original ending, character "Cherry Chester" is about to board a ship to Europe when "Anthony Amberton" catches up to her and convinces her to make the voyage their honeymoon. A news item in Hollywood Reporter notes that snow scenes were filmed on location in Big Bear, CA, while copyright publicity items claim the scenes were shot in the high Sierras in Northern California; however, a modern source credits Lake Tahoe as the site for the winter scenes.