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According to NYSA records, this film was initially rejected by the New York State board of censors in March 1933. That version was 6,154 feet in length. In August 1933, a revised version of 4,973 feet, or about thirteen minutes shorter, was approved. Sources vary concerning the identity of the production company. A pre-production news item in Hollywood Reporter in December 1932 states, "George Sayre, formerly on M-G-M writing staff, has sold his original 'Reform Girl' to Premier Attractions, which will make the picture as its next." Reviews, however, do not mention Premier Attractions. The company is listed in the 1933 Film Daily Year Book as associated with Sig Neufeld, the brother of the film's director Sam Neufeld. Variety lists Tower as the production company. According to the NYSA records, the film was re-released in 1952 under the title Vice Raid.