At Ma Holder's Young's Gap Hotel in Parksville, New York, Mr. and Mrs. Halpern celebrate their fiftieth anniversary with the guests of the hotel. In honor of the occasion, the resort presents a musical and comedy review, with Al Murray as master of ceremonies. Acts include Mary La Roche singing "My Mistake"; Henrietta Jacobson and Julius Adler performing a comedy sketch with a song; Jewish-American tenor Jan Bart singing "Ich Hab dich Zu fill Lieb"; impressionist Cookie Bowers; Irving Grossman and Dina Goldberg performing a comedy sketch and song; singer Abe Lax; David and Dorothy Page singing an aria from Carmen ; Dina Goldberg and Henrietta Jacobson in the comedy sketch, "Die Galitziane--Die Litvakes," with a song; Yiddish folksongs done in a swing style by The Feder Sisters, Sylvia and Miriam; Bobby Colt singing "Scattered Toys" and "Me and My Concertina"; female cantor Bas Sheva singing "Hava Nagilah" in Hebrew and the aria "Vesti la giubba" from I pagliacci ; Max Bozhyk, Henrietta Jacobson and Julius Adler performing the comedy sketch "Ten Cents a Bagel"; Jan Bart singing "I'm Singing a Love Song" and another song; and finally, a tribute to Palestine, including the songs "Ich Fuhr Aheim" and "Sing Israel Sing," performed by the entire ensemble.
Feder Sisters [sylvia And Miriam]
Nathan Cy Braunstein
The opening credits read "Martin Cohen Enterprises presents Hy Jacobson's Yiddish-American Musical Revue Catskill Honeymoon." The credits also noted that the film was shot at Young's Gap Hotel in Parksville, NY. Censors in Ohio cut out English subtitles for a joke about a stutterer, who came to be that way because he was born with his tongue out and was delivered for a circumcision the wrong way. Censors in Maryland cut out both the English subtitles and the Yiddish dialogue for the joke.