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Charles Martin's onscreen credit reads "Written and directed by Charles Martin," and Rudi Feld's onscreen credit reads "Production designed by Rudi Feld, Art Director." The film was the initial producing effort of Harry M. Popkin for United Artists release. As reported in Hollywood Reporter on February 18, 1948, when Popkin first bought the rights to the story-for $100,000-the film adaptation was scheduled for a Twentieth Century-Fox release. Although the film was previewed at a length of 83 minutes, it was released at 94 minutes. In July 1953, Hollywood Reporter announced that the film would be re-issued by Beverly Pictures.