Gordon McLendon, who owned a number of radio stations and theaters in Texas, was the uncredited executive producer and financier of this film. Some members of the McLendon family were given roles in this film.
This was one of two features produced by an independent company in Texas and meant for release as a double feature. The other feature was The Killer Shrews (1959). Unlike many such features produced in the South, these films received national distribution.
The voice you hear on the other end of the phone, when Chase eavesdrop on a phone call to the police department, is actor Ken Curtis. Ken Curtis served as producer on this film. He also played Festus Hagen on Gunsmoke.