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Snidely Whiplash creates a logjam and blocks the flow of logs coming down the river, causing a serious blow to Canada's economy.
Dudley splatters ink spots on all of the Mountie's faces during roll call. Inspector Fenwick sees the spots, he thinks its a sickness and sends all of the Mounties to the fort hospital and Dudley out to a trading post to find a cure.
Snidely Whiplash tricks Nell into knitting him a suit of clothes made of bullet proof wool.
Dudley chases Snidely into a theater and a promoter signs them up as actors.
Dudley finds Inspector Fenwick's hat and thinks he has been abducted. Later, Snidely Whiplash comes to turn himself in and tries on the inspector's hat. Dudley mistakes Snidely for the Inspector and follows his every order.
A bear Dudley brings to the fort decides it wants to be a Mountie. Problems arise when the bear begins bringing in the victims of crimes instead of the criminals.
Dudley believes a fake newspaper article that claims Snidely Whiplash is his younger brother.
Snidely Whiplash has foreclosed on all of the mortgages in the village and thrown the residents out. Dudley doesn't get any help from Inspector Fenwick and has to rely on his trusted horse.
Dudley has to stop Snidely's fascination with tying women to the railroad tracks.
Snidely Whiplash and his cohort Bruno dress up in a horse suit and try to capture Dudley's horse.
A woman wearing a mask puts people to sleep with her singing while Snidely Whiplash steals their belongings.
Snidely Whiplash lures Horse in the hopes of catching Dudley in a trap. After capturing Nell, Inspector Fenwick and several of the mounties Dudley finally clues in and surrenders himself in exchange for the freedom of the others.
Dudley breaks a gold watch he is safeguarding that is to be presented to a retiring Mountie. He unwittingly signs over the fort in exchange for a replacement watch.