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This film was also made in French and German-language versions-see record for Buster se marie. According to the Variety review, most of this film was shot on location at Buster Keaton's Beverly Hills home, where he also shot the foreign versions of the picture. A biography of Keaton notes that when the actor was first shown the working script for this farce comedy, he took an instant disliking to it and indicated that it was the type of comedy he did not appreciate. An earlier film based on the same play was Metro's 1920 production, also entitled Parlor, Bedroom and Bath, which starred Eugene Pallette and Ruth Stonehouse, and was directed by Edward Dillon.