Dr. Davis and his daughter Joan take Ty-Gor to see a movie. When the newsreel shows The Dictator, everyone in the crowd boos. The jungle boy is confused until Joan explains that The Dictator is a bad man, then Ty-Gor boos vociforiously as well.
Afterward, Joan explains to her father that she's spoken with a leader of the Boy Scouts about Ty-Gor joining, and Ty-Gor is excited. Ty-Gor sees an old lady trying to cross the street later on, and helps the lady. While the jungle boy doesn't notice, the lady is revealed to be a man in disguise. The man is Fitz Hewn, who is announced by a Young Bundist as their "local leader" and will be in disguise because he is a fugitive from the police.
Fitz arrives at the meeting of Young Bundists with Ty-Gor following, convincing the jungle boy to wear a uniform. Thereafter, Fitz has the boy bundists get on a bus to a camp. When a picture of The Dictator is shown, all the boys salute it. Except for Ty-Gor, who instead boos the image. Destroying the image, the jungle boy beats on Fitz Hewn until the leader calls the police for protection.
The Bundist Youth members decide that Ty-Gor's actions are better. They abandon the movement in preference for the Boy Scouts.