Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This unconvincing drama finds Jimmy Hearn (George Larkin) as the Mountie in love with Molly (Josephine Hill), the daughter of his post commander (Harold Holland). He battles Harry Morgan (Ralph McCoullough) for Molly's affections, but a henchman of the villain Hanley (Albert J. Smith) knocks Jimmy out and kills Harry with the Mountie's gun. Jimmy faces a court marshall headed by Molly's father, and he receives a six-month jail sentence after being drummed out of the unit. Jules (Barney Furey) is the half-breed half-wit who witnesses the events. When Hanley takes Jules' sister Lizette (Ruth Royce) to the mountains, Jimmy encounters the thug and is knocked out again, but Jules is on hand to save him. Jimmy survives to clear his name, and, from the grateful commander, he finally receives permission to marry Molly.
commander, courtmartial, daughter, false-accusation, honor [recognition], love, Mountie (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), murder, rival, romance, witness