Denise Darcel's French-language dialog includes a few words which prove that no one in the 1950's version of the Hays Office understood French. Some of the terms she used while angry at "Buck Wyatt" would never have gotten past the censors in English.
One of three known MGM films (along with The Next Voice You Hear... (1950) and Ben-Hur (1959)) where the company's symbol, Leo the Lion, did not roar in the opening credits. (2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) uses the illustrated lion from MGM's record label, not a real lion, and so doesn't count.)
When this film was broadcast on Spanish TV in 1985, in a remote mountain village near the French border where most of the inhabitants were male it inspired them to place an ad in some papers, requesting potential female partners from everywhere else in the country to come over and marry the lonely country boys. As a result, a caravan of coaches loaded with dozens of young women from all over Spain turned up at the village for the blind date, and that day many of those lonely boys found the women of their lives. Talk of life imitating art.