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A Jewel Production. Unlike most of its competitors, Universal did not own a theater chain and in an effort to market its feature product to independent theater owners, devised a 3-tiered marketing system: Red Feather (low budget programmers), Bluebird (mainstream releases) and Jewel (prestige productions). Jewel releases were sold as candidates for special promotions, often commanding higher roadshow ticket prices. Universal would cease this branding system in late 1929. See more
During the climactic fire sequence at the end of the film, the fire is intercut with footage of horse-drawn fire trucks racing to the rescue. The footage of the fire trucks is clearly footage shot during the day, but the fire takes place at night. See more