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Some reviews for this unviewed film referred to Stand Up and Be Counted as the first major Hollywood feature film to focus on the Women's Liberation Movement. The film marked the directorial debut of actor Jackie Cooper and the feature film debuts of singer Steve Lawrence and actress Meredith Baxter. According to Filmfacts, the mock dollar bills seen in the demonstration scenes featured the face of veteran actress Binnie Barnes who was married to producer M. J. Frankovich. Stand Up and Be Counted was shot on location in Denver.