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Dale Van Sickel's surname was misspelled "Van Syckle" in the oncreen credits. According to copyright records and a contemporary article in New York Times, Wynne Gibson visited the set one day and was used as an extra in a ballroom scene.
Actor Herman Brix (1906-2007) made his motion picture debut in Touchdown!. According to obituaries and other biographical sources, Brix, a former University of Washington football player and Olympics hopeful, broke his shoulder while performing in Touchdown!, thus making him unable to compete in the 1932 games. He went on to appear in over ninety feature films, as well as numerous television programs, including the starring role in the 1935 movie serial The New Adventures of Tarzan. After changing his name to Bruce Bennett in 1939, the actor appeared in featured roles in films such as Mildred Pierce (1945, ) and Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948, see below).