This film was announced in January-February 1920 as Olive Thomas' next project after Youthful Folly; Crosland and Horniman were listed as the director and scenarist, respectively, at that time. In May 1920, after the release of Thomas' The Flapper, the film was announced as being in production at the Robert Brunton Studios, and Selznick announced a July 19, 1920 release date. Olive Thomas died in 1920. No evidence that the film was finished or distributed, however, has been located. The film was not included in a list of Olive Thomas pictures included in records of Select Pictures Corp. Its title is alternately spelled Jennie and Jenny in contemporary trade articles.