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News items reveal the following information about the production: Director Ralph Murphy was to have been borrowed from Paramount for this film; Binnie Barnes and Dick Powell were to star; and Walter DeLeon and Stephen Morehouse Avery were to work on the script. DeLeon and Avery's contribution to the final film has not been determined. First National released two earlier American versions of Margaret Mayo and Salisbury Field's play, both titled Twin Beds: the 1920 release was directed by Lloyd Ingraham and starred Carter and Flora De Haven (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1911-20; F1.4596); the 1929 release was directed by Alfred Santell and starred Jack Mulhall and Patsy Ruth Miller (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1921-30; F2.5897). In 1934, Warner/First National released a British version of the play titled Life of the Party, directed by Ralph Dawson and starring Jerry Verno.