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Although a copyright statement appears on the opening credits, the film is not listed in the Copyright Catalog. The title on the viewed print, which appears not to be original, reads Time Table. All available contemporary sources list the film's title as one word. Stanley Silverman's onscreen credit reads: "Story Editor and Dialogue Director." Actor Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr.'s onscreen credit reads "Rudolpho Hoyos." Hollywood Reporter news items reported the following about the production: According to a June 1955 news item, Freddie Carranza and Joseph Mesias performed the song "Salud, Felicidad, Amor," which is heard in the film. In addition, May 1955 news items reported that some scenes were shot on location at the Circle J Ranch in Newhall, CA.
Timetable was producer-director Mark Stevens' first production for his own company. Although an April 1955 news item declared that Timetable would mark actor King Calder's feature film debut, he first appeared in the 1955 Twentieth Century-Fox film The Rains of Ranchipur. Some modern sources also list Timetable as actress Felicia Farr's debut, but she made her first screen appearance, under the name Randy Farr, in the 1955 film Big House, U.S.A..