Another one of the many shorts made in the 1930's by radio-stage-movie-recording star Ruth Etting, whose life story was the subject of 1955's "Love Me or Leave Me" starring Doris Day. This RKO short, along with a great many other RKO shorts, was sold years later to a company, Nu-Art Pictures, that specialized in renting films to the non-theatrical market of the time, and Nu-Art also sold these prints to television stations in the 1950's. The shorts acquired by Nu-Art carried their logo on the title frame in addition to having a line above the title that read: Gordon W. Hedwig Presents. Now, some sources, not knowing what all the changes are about and seeing only the Nu-Art prints, have taken to listing Gordon W. Hedwig as the "executive in charge of the production", or some similar, vastly incorrect title. Gordon W. Hedwig had no hand in the production of this short. His only function was as the head of Nu-Art, who had his own name inserted above the title on the 16mm prints as the "...
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