Wind at My Back is a Canadian family drama set in the small mining town of New Bedford during the Great Depression of the 1930s, and follows the lives of the members of the Bailey family as they live through a period marked by hardship and uncertainty. Wind at My Back was created by Kevin Sullivan and Trudy Grant, best known for their timeless adaptation of Anne of Green Gables and their beloved television series Road to Avonlea.
May says in this episode she has lived in New Bedford for 40 years, and her husband built the town from rock.
This episode includes the first day of school in September 1932.
Honey tells Marjorie that Violet is eighteen months old in this episode.
This episode ends on Halloween night, 1932.
There is an error in the title of this episode, as well as in the end credits. The name of Maisey's father is spelt Eddy Jackson, not Eddie Jackson.
There is an error in the end credits of the movie. The character played by Dougie LaForce is Zack Sutton, not Zack Bailey, as Zack is the son of Max Sutton.