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This film was based on the original, unpublished short story "Woman Handled" by Arthur Stringer. Before the credits roll, announcer Don Wilson introduces Jack Benny as "that rugged hero of the great outdoor-that strong silent sphinx of the prairie-that man among men where men are men." A Hollywood Reporter production chart credits Victor Milner with photography. The Merriel Abbott dancers perform an Indian adagio and acrobatic routines in the film. The film was shot on location at Victorville and Palm Springs, CA. Screenplay writers William Morrow and Edmund Beloin were also staff writers for Benny's radio program.