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The film's working title was Miss Television. The above credits were taken from a cutting continuity submitted with the copyright records. Concerning the film's depiction of television advertising, the Variety reviewer noted: "There's enough repetitious hammering of sales messages on the ear via radio. When the eyes supplement the ear with video's advent, button-pushing temptation will be even greater if 'Susie's' visual commercials are an example of what's to come." Although the film's credits read "introducing Nita Hunter," she had earlier appeared in films under the name Juanita Alvarez.