This was Pal's last Puppetoon short; he split up with Paramount afterwards to become an independent producer.
Most existing prints of this film show the Puppetoon sequence in black and white, although it originally was presented in Technicolor.
This film grossed $3.6 million in United States rentals.
The musical number "Tallahassee" was reused in the 1949 Famous Studios Screen Song The Funshine State.
- "Your Heart Calling Mine," Written by Frank Loesser, Sung by Mary Hatcher with Spike Jones and His Orchestra
- "Romeow and Julicat," Written by Edward H. Plumb, Performed by Mary Hatcher, Pinto Colvig and Chorus
- "He Can Waltz," Written by Frank Loesser, Performed by Mary Hatcher and Olga San Juan
- "Tallahassee," Written by Frank Loesser, Sung by Alan Ladd and Dorothy Lamour
- "Tired," Written by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher, Sung by Pearl Bailey
- "Tiger Rag," Written by Edwin B. Edwards, Nick LaRocca, Tony Sbarbaro, Henry Ragas and Larry Shields; Lyrics by Harry DeCosta; Performed on Harmonica by Jimmy Mulcay and Mildred Mulcay with Bob Hope
- "Harmony," Music by Jimmy Van Heusen, Lyrics by Johnny Burke (From the Broadway musical "Nellie Bly"), Sung and Danced by Bob Hope and Bing Crosby With Dorothy Lamour, Gary Cooper, Barry Fitzgerald, Ray Milland, William Holden, Joan Caulfield, and Many Others
- "Lohengrin: Prelude to Act III," Music by Richard Wagner; "Mildred's Boogie," Written and Performed by Jimmy Mulcay and Mildred Mulcay.