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According to the Community Motion Picture Bureau, the film was based on New York Governor Whitman's statement against the farming of prisoners to private parties. A genuine turpentine plant in the South was used in the film. No reviews were located for this film. Sources conflict concerning the author of the story on which this film was based: material in the Paramount studio records indicates that it was based on a story by Beatrice C. de Mille and Leighton Osmun entitled "Unconquered," while information in the copyright descriptions indicates that James Hatton was the author. Unconquered was the title of a film released in 1917, which was based on a story by de Mille and Osmun entitled "The Conflict."