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- The trumpet part for Fred Astaire was dubbed by [?] Bobby Hackett and the trumpet part for Burgess Meredith was dubbed by [?] Billy Butterfield.
- Cut from the movie was Me and the Ghost Upstairs (music by [?] Bernard Hanighen, lyrics by [?] Johnny Mercer), sung by Fred Astaire and danced by him with the film's dance director, [?] Hermes Pan, who was covered by a sheet. The prerecording and rehearsal footage still exist. Mr. Astaire's commercial waxing, initially released by Columbia Records on a single, has been reissued on two import CD box sets: The Centenary Collection from by the British label Castle Pulse, and Songs & Pictures 1928-1944 on EPM Music, a French company.