The film, from the Southern Cross Feature Film Company of Adelaide, was made by Raymond Longford and Lottie Lyell, at that time the best known partnership in Australian cinema. Lyell is thought to have co-authored the screenplay, written the titles, edited the film and helped with the direction.
C.J. Dennis' original book had been a best seller since its publication in 1915. Lyell and Longford relocated the story from Melbourne to Woolloomooloo in Sydney.
Longford and Lyell discovered Tauchert working in suburban vaudeville.
The movie was shot in 1918 on location in Woolloomooloo, with the orchard scenes done at Hornsby Valley in near Sydney, and interiors at open-air sets at Wonderland City, Bondi. Some shots of sunsets and sunrises for the inter titles were done in Adelaide.
Sydney authorities refused to allow police uniforms to be depicted, or for shooting to take place in the city's gaols. However Longford managed to persuade Commonwealth dockside officials to appear as policemen and let him use an old watch house in Woolloomooloo.
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