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According to a April 25, 1936 Hollywood Reporter news item, Republic purchased a story entitled "Ticket to Paradise" from magazine writer Francis M. Cockrell. However, no information has been found to indicate that Cockrell's story was the basis of this film. According to Hollywood Reporter news items, Olive Cooper was assigned to work on the picture's script, and Nat Levine hired writer David Silverstein to supervise the production as well as write the original story. Victor Zobel is credited onscreen as the film's supervisor, however. Hollywood Reporter production charts list Paul Parry in the cast; but the participation of Cooper and Parry in the completed film has not been confirmed. Although contemporary reviews lists Luis Alberni's character as "Dr. Munson," in the film he is called "Dr. Monte."