"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onNovember 29, 1937 with Marion Davies reprising her film role.
Among Marion Davies' films this was William Randolph Hearst's (Davies' longtime partner) favorite. He always felt that she should have nominated for an Oscar for her performance.
The original play opened in New York on 20 December 1912 at the Cort Theater starring Laurette Taylor as Peg and ran for 603 performances.
There was an early silent version of the play produced by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. in 1919, but it was never released theatrically because of legal disputes with the author, J. Hartley Manners. It was directed by William C. de Mille and starred Olga Printzlau.