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According to NYSA records, an affidavit for a change of title to Men Are Like That was filed with the New York State censors on July 31, 1931. Reviews, which covered the New York opening on August 13, 1931, listed the new title. The film was copyrighted under the title Arizona. Variety noted that "library shots" of soldiers on parade and the Army-Navy football games were included in the picture. This picture is unrelated to Columbia's 1940 production, Arizona. Other film versions of the play, also titled Arizona, include a 1913 All-Star Feature Corp. production directed by Augustus Thomas and starring Cyril Scott, and a 1918 Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corp. film directed by Albert Parker and starring Fairbanks (see The AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1911-20; F1.0143 and F1.0144).