"Daddy O" an upbeat number performed by Betty Hutton was cut from this film but resurfaced in 1948 when recorded by Dinah Shore as the B side to her mega hit "Buttons and Bows". To this day, the song is credited to "The Stork Club" on the record label.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on February 24, 1947 with Betty Hutton reprising her film role.
For the week of March 2, 1946, Betty Hutton's jovial, racing rendition of "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief" (music by Hoagy Carmichael, lyrics by Paul Francis Webster), via Capitol Records, sprinted to first place on the "Billboard" singles chart. Mr. Carmichael produced two best-selling takes on this number, one side in 1945for the short-lived ARA label (1944-1946), plus a second waxing in 1946 on Decca.
More than 700 photographs of the Stork Club in New York City were taken to help the set designers of the movie.
The $1,000,000 that Pop's offers to Judy in his will in 1945 would be the equivalent of US$11,794,036 in 2009 dollars.
The movie, included as a character Sherman Billingsley the owner of the real stork club. During the movie, he talks to Danny, Judy's fiancée telling him that his wife and two daughters were the only women in his life. This is contradictory to the real life Sherman, who had a longtime affair with Ethel Merman.