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No credits were included in the viewed print. The above credits were taken from the release dialogue script in the Paramount Script Collection at the AMPAS Library. This film was based on the People Are Funny radio series, an audience participation show that started on the NBC network on April 3, 1942. In 1943, Art Linkletter became master of ceremonies, replacing Art Baker. People Are Funny also became a popular television series hosted by Linkletter. This film marked Art Linkletter's feature film debut. According to Hollywood Reporter news items, Paramount considered featuring comedian Parkyarkarkus and radio announcer Ken Carpenter in the picture. The Daily Variety review credits Alexander Laszlo as music director instead of Rudy Schrager.