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Neither screenwriter Nunnally Johnson nor playwright Edward Chodorov are credited onscreen. According to a Los Angeles Examiner news item, producer Charles Feldman bought the rights to Chodorov's play in 1954, then sold them to Twentieth Century-Fox. A February 1957 Daily Variety news item adds that Chodorov agreed to allow his name to be eliminated from the film's credits when he sold his rights to Feldman. A September 1955 Daily Variety news item states that Feldman considered making the picture with Marilyn Monroe. Although Hollywood Reporter news items note that Judy Busch and Michael Falcon were to make their screen debuts in the picture, their appearance in the released film has not been confirmed. Hollywood Reporter news items note that location filming was took place in New York City and aboard the French liner Libert. Oh, Men! Oh, Women! marked the screen debut of Tony Randall (1920-2004), who is listed in CBCS as Anthony Randall.