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According to the Motion Picture Herald review, the picture was previewed at the Million Dollar theater in Los Angeles. Although New York state censorship records list Leo C. Popkin Dist. Co. as the film's distributor, no further information on the company or its role in distributing this film has been found. Eugene Jackson, DeForrest Covan, Eddie Lyon, and Bob Simmons were billed as the comedic "Harlem Tuff Kids." Reform School was retitled Prison Bait for re-release in 1944.