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The title of Gordon Morris' and Morton Barteaux's original story was "Auf Wiedersehen." According to correspondence in the MPAA/PCA Collection at the AMPAS Library, early versions of the script had character "Paul Onslow" attending a conference dealing with disarmament rather than trade agreements. Jason S. Joy, the Director of the Studio Relations Office of the AMPP, expressed concern about this, advising the studio that they might wish to consider turning the conference into a more vague peace treaty matter. He especially wanted them to avoid "any implication that the delegates are interested in international graft rather than in international peace." Joy explained that "The important thing is not to undermine public confidence in disarmament conferences in which our country and other countries right now are very much interested." Miriam Jordan made her screen-acting debut in this film. According to modern sources, the cast included Hans von Twardowski and William von Brincken.