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The credits and synopsis were taken from a studio cutting continuity and contemporary reviews. According to the continuity, Murray Seldeen was the film editor, but Motion Picture Herald and the copyright catalog credit Saul Goodkind. According to an onscreen notation, the film was shot in the Painted Desert in Arizona, 112 miles from Flagstaff. An article in Lib, notes that the company commuted from Tuba City, 30 miles away. The desert heat reached 131 degrees, and a rattlesnake, imported for the film, died of the heat. News items in Daily Variety note that Navajo Indians rounded up about 1,000 wild horses from the Arizona area. Motion Picture Herald notes that The Arizona Wranglers were a singing hillbilly group who appeared on the radio. The songs performed during the film were not identified in the cutting continuity.