A nitrate Print of this film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives, and is not listed for preservation.

On 17 October 1939, songwriters Carl Field, Henry Clarkson and Jeff Clarkson filed suit in the Federal Court in Los Angeles for alleged song plagiarism against 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation, Con Conrad, Herb Magidson and the Sam Fox Publishing Company. Their suit claimed that the song, "Here's To Romance", from the 20th Century-Fox film of the same name, fringed upon the plaintiff's song, "Goodbye to Love". The suit asked for $25,000 in damages, an accounting on profits allegedly exceeding $5000,000, and an injunction.