- The play "Zombie" opened in New York in February, 1932, and the author, Kenneth Webb, sued the Halperins for the movie rights. However, the Halperins won the case.
- The film was thought lost until its rediscovery in the 1960s. A court battle was fought between film distributor Frank Storace and the estate of Stanley Krellberg, the copyright owner of the film. Storace had wished to produce a restored version of the film but the estate refused him access to original footage in their possession. By the time Storace had given up the court battle, the footage had disintegrated, meaning it is lost forever.
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