"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onApril 26, 1954 with Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker reprising their film roles.
John F. Seitz shot the last three weeks of production, uncredited.
Cinematographer John F. Seitz shot the last three weeks of production, uncredited.
Film debut of Burt Mustin.
Film debut of Lee Grant.
The play ran on Broadway for 581 performances, from 23 March 1949 through 12 August 1950. It starred Ralph Bellamy as Det. McLeod. Meg Mundy played his wife. Maureen Stapleton played Miss Hatch.
The USS Juneau, mentioned by Detective Brody, was a light cruiser sunk at the Battle of Guadalcanal in November 1942. Its loss was notable for the deaths of five brothers from the one family, the Sullivans.