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Although the running time of the U.S. release was 67 minutes, the film ran 86 minutes in its British release. Modern sources credit playwright Terence Rattigan with screenplay, along with Anatole DeGrunwald and Ian Dalrymple. Paramount bought the play in March 1937 for $50,000 and mounted the show on Broadway before filming it. The play opened in New York on September 26, 1937. The onscreen credits read that producer Mario Zampi appears "by arrangement with Two Cities Films Ltd."