It's a Paramount picture therefore part of the MCA package Universal bought for television. I doubt if it's public domain,
since relatively few Paramount releases of the 30s and 40s went un-renewed.
That said, Universal owns this picture, and outside of gray-market DVDs made from old TV prints, Universal
COULD release it as part of their Vault Collection DVD series---get a bunch of people to contact Universal on their website
suggesting a Grable or Lamour set or double feature......