This film is sometimes confused with D. W. Griffith's 1931 talkie "The Struggle." In 1940, a distributor named B. A. Mills of B&M Pictures considered re-releasing the Griffith film under the new title. He dropped the idea when informed of the heavy Code cuts that would be required. (Source: March 7, 1940 letter from F. S. Harmon in the MPPDA/MPAA files at the motion picture Academy).