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This film's working titles were Twilight and Deep End. A January 1949 New York Times news item of early January 1949 reported that James Nasser would produce the picture with his partner Robert Hakim later that month subject to the casting of a leading man acceptable to Laraine Day. Only Hakim's brother Raymond is listed onscreen as co-producer, however. Advertisements for the film's San Francisco run indicated that "Dr. Fenna Simms, Ph.D., Famous Marital Relations Counsultant" would be in the theater's lobby "to talk with you!" The film encountered censorship problems in certain states and was almost banned in Boston. The picture was reissued in the 1950s as Woman Accused.