Bimbo, a long-distance accordion champion's plane drops in Indian country. There, Bimbo makes violent and reciprocated love to an Indian maid. The tribe turns sour and plans a tomahawking party, but Bimbo's music turns them into jazz steppers instead.
Cast & Crew
- Max Fleischer (Producer)
- Dave Fleischer (Director)
- Grim Natwick (Animator)
- Margie Hines as Betty Boop
- An archival copy exists at the University of California's Southern Regional Library Facility.
- A hint that the cartoon was released in 1930 is that Betty debuted in the 1930 cartoon Dizzy Dishes. Betty's character design resembles her slimmer designs from the two Talkartoon film shorts Mysterious Mose and The Bum Bandit, cartoons that were released after Dizzy Dishes and Barnacle Bill.
- The release date has been given as December 12, 1929 by several sources. However, December 12, 1930 is the copyright date.
- Max Fleischer stated that the singing was provided by Margie Hines in this cartoon in the $250,000 Infringement Lawsuit documents.