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The opening credits read, "'Monticello, Here We Come!' A Borscht Circuit Revue." Portions of the film consisted of shorts made in 1930 by Judea Film, a company owned by director Joseph Seiden. "Oy Doctor" was taken from a two-reel film of the same name, and "The Shoemaker's Romance," from the two-reel film Shuster Libe; both of these sequences were also included in the 1933 film Live and Laugh (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1931-40; F3.2538) and in the 1941 film Mazel Tov Yidden (see entry above). According to modern sources, in 1950, Seiden also released Borsht Belt Follies, which either was this film under a different title, or another picture incorporating some of this film's material.