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Dudley Do-Right is a Canadian mountie who is served as the main titular protagonist of the show, which is a segment on the parodied early 20th century melodrama and mute film titled The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. He always rescues his love interest, Nell Fenwick by foiling his arch-rival and nemesis named Snidely Whiplash when riding his horse backwards. As a part of the other title, he appears in some point where Rocket and Bullwinkle appeared.
He was voiced by the late Bill Scott in The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show and Brendan Fraser in the 1999 live action film.
Dudley is an dedicated officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, spoofing silent-movie melodramas. Apparently the only officer in his regiment, Dudley took orders from Inspector Ray Fenwick while protecting the inspector's daughter, Nell, as well as the rest of Canada, from the schemes of the wicked Snidely Whiplash. He mostly saves the day by sheer luck or the competence of his horse, but he nevertheless takes credit just the same.