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The onscreen credit for the production supervisor is illegible, but May read "George Moses." As reported in a July 14, 1955 Daily Variety news item, Kurt Neumann was originally hired as director for Slightly Scarlet, but producer Benedict Bogeaus fired him days before the start of production. Although a August 2, 1955 Hollywood Reporter news item adds Jack McClure to the cast, his appearance in the final film has not been confirmed. Many modern sources point to Slightly Scarlet as one of the few examples of a film noir shot in color instead of the genre's typical black-and-white photography.