Kneitel and his crew at Paramount Animation came up with this uninspired cartoon of Minnie Cha-Cha, a modern (to his mind) Indian maid who lands a millionaire by passing all the traditional tests of what would make a good squaw. Of course, by this date, they had very little in the way of money to make a cartoon, but even the great voice actors from the 1930s (Questal, Beck and Mercer) can't do much to save this one. There isn't even a writer credited.
It's hard to blame any of the people involved for this mess. Although theatrical cartoons continued into the 1980s, I never saw any of them at my neighborhood theaters in the New York suburbs. I don't know where they played, so who was going to pay for them? On the other hand, there's little credit to be taken for them.
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