Final film of Kathryn Adams.

In his autobiography, Cecil B. DeMille wrote "I do not know whether M-G-M or I was more relieved that my contract had come to an end." The production was almost halted by the studio, but DeMille convinced them it would cost just as much to complete it as it would to stop it.

The play opened in New York City, New York, USA on 23 October 1905 and closed 1 April 1906 after 222 performances. William S. Hart was the title character, and the cast also included George Fawcett and Mitchell Lewis who was also in this film version. The play had several revivals, the last in 1926.

This movie lost nearly $150,000 at the box office.