The Dukes of Hazzard

The Dukes of Hazzard

The Balladeer narrarates a show's episode when the Duke boys Bo (John Schneider) and Luke (Tom Wopat) are in trouble or in a chase and sweet ol' Daisy Duke (Cathrine Bach) is their cousin, and Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) is a chubby boss of the county with Enos Straight [Sonny Shroyer] and the crooked Sherrif Rosco P. Coltrane [James Best] are forced to chase the duke boys. Also, later in the year we see two more cousins, Coy Duke (Byron Cherry) and Vance Duke (Christopher Mayer) with sweet ol' Uncle Jesse (Denver Pyle) fight the system and Cooter (Ben Jones) fixes up the General Lee (an orange 1969 Dodge Charger with 01 and dixie flag and horn) To Make it Faster and they sometimes drive into Chickasaw County and run from Big ol' Sherrif Little and they also run from Rosco and Enos oh Cletus (Rick Hurst) is a deputy later on and Sherrif Grady Byrd (Dick Sargent) replace them in different seasons and the Balladeer (Waylon Jennings) singing the "Good Ol' Boys" theme song.

Episode Info

Final: 7x17 -- Opening Night at the Boar's Nest (Feb/08/1985)

When Boss and Lulu decide to host a talent show at the Boar’s Nest, Roscoe decides to try out his magic act. However, when Roscoe makes Boss disappear, two escaped convicts return to Hazzard County to seek revenge on Boss. At first they contemplate killing Boss for sending them to prison, but they eventually decide to hold him hostage. Eventually Bo and Luke come up with a plan to free Boss and send the convicts back to prison.
Tom WopatTom Wopat
As Luke Duke
John SchneiderJohn Schneider
As Bo Duke
Catherine BachCatherine Bach
As Daisy Duke
Denver PyleDenver Pyle
As Uncle Jesse Duke
Sorrell BookeSorrell Booke
As Jefferson Davis "Boss" Hogg
James BestJames Best
As Sheriff Rosco P. Coltraine
Sonny ShroyerSonny Shroyer
As Deputy Enos Strate (S01-S02, S05-S07)
Ben Jones (1)Ben Jones (1)
As Cooter Davenport
Christopher MayerChristopher Mayer
As Vance Duke (S05; episodes 87-105)
Rick HurstRick Hurst
As Deputy Cletus Hogg (S03-S04)

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2x19: Jude Emery recap: *spoilers*
The Dukes are in one of their usual car chases when they run into Jude Emery, a Texas Ranger, who's car broke down. He informs the Sheriff, Boss and the Dukes that he is in Hazzard County to catch criminal Snake Harmon and his gang.
Sheriff Grady, not wanting to lose this bust himself, wants to catch them first. The Dukes promise to do whatever it takes to help Jude. In the meantime, Daisy has fallen for Jude in the story's subplot.
The Dukes infiltrate Snake's gang saying they want to be a part of his team, all the while Jude is hiding in their car. Snake doesn't trust the Dukes, so they test them in a car race involving an actual snake in the General Lee. Snake's Gang discovers Jude and this leads to an arm wrestling match, which Luke is about to lose until Daisy shows up right in time, offering to help Snake. Snake agrees, but this leads to a car chase between the Dukes and the Sheriff and Boss to make sure Snake doesn't get out of their jurisdiction. With the help of the Dukes, Daisy and Uncle Jesse, Jude gets Snake over Hazzard county line. This enables Jude to take Snake into his custody as the Sheriff and Boss are moaning. Jude even gets to gloat a little as he binds Snake. In the end everyone wins. Jude and Daisy share a long kiss goodbye, while Snake and his gang, now bound to Jude's jeep, hoot and hollar. Jude drives his prisoners back to Texas as the show ends... read more.

Creator: Gy Waldron
Executive Producer: Paul R. Picard
Supervising Producer: Joseph Gantman, Rod Amateau, Robert L. Jacks
Producer: Myles Wilder, Ralph Riskin
Co-Producer: Ralph Riskin, Gy Waldron
Associate Producer: Skip Ward, Russell Livingstone

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Recurring Guests

Rick Hurst as Cletus (4 eps)
Nedra Volz as Miz Tizdale (3 eps)
Parley Baer as Doc Appleby (3 eps)
Ernie Lively as Dobro Dullyn (3 eps)
Bob Hastings as Barnes (3 eps)
Leo Gordon as Rocky Marlowe (2 eps)
John Crawford as Agent Buchanon (2 eps)
Patrick Cranshaw as Doc Henry Petticord (2 eps)
Patrick Wright as Moss (2 eps)
Bill McLean as Mr. Winkle (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Fridays
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 26, 1979
Ended: August 16, 1985
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