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According to a March 1941 Hollywood Reporter news item, writer Louis S. Kaye wrote comedy sequences for this film. His contribution to the final film, however, has not been confirmed. Actor Edward Arnold was loaned by M-G-M for this film. The central locale for this version was changed from Wall Street, NY to Florida. Hollywood Reporter news items also report that some exteriors were filmed on location in Miami Beach, FL. Other films based on the play and the novel are Metro Picture Corp.'s 1920 Nothing but the Truth, directed by David Kirkland and starring Taylor Holmes and Elsie Mackaye and Paramount's 1929 production of the same name, directed by Victor Schertzinger and starring Richard Dix and Berton Churchill.