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While making this film at Universal, Robert Cummings was also making "Kings Row" at Warners, so he was rushing from one studio to the other to play two completely different types of roles.
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In the film's opening scene, an assistant newspaper editor comments that if Jonathan Reynolds Sr. had lived two centuries earlier, he would have made a great pirate - "Captain Kidd himself". Three years later, Charles Laughton, who played Jonathan Reynolds Sr., would play the title role in Captain Kidd (1945) and again in Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952).
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Of Deanna Durbin's 21 features released between 1936 and 1948, only this film opened at Manhattan's famed Radio City Music Hall, starting October 2, 1941.
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"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on April 6, 1950 with Charles Laughton reprising his film role.
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The star-making five-year association of Deanna Durbin, producer Joe Pasternak and director Henry Koster ended following this film. After Mr. Pasternak moved from Universal to MGM, Miss Durbin went on suspension between October 16, 1941 and early February 1942 for refusing to appear in "They Lived Alone," planned to be directed by Mr. Koster. Ultimately, the project was canceled when Deanna and Universal settled their differences. In the agreement, Universal conceded to Deanna the approval of her directors, stories and songs.
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on November 20, 1944 with Charles Laughton reprising his film role.
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