Dukes Of Hazzard: The Complete Seasons 1 - 7
This 3-disc set includes all 13 first-season episodes of the multiyear series plus extras that do the Dukes extra proud. Tom Wopat and John Schneider play Luke and Bo, good ol' boys who are good enough when it comes to righting wrongs and staying a step ahead of Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) and Sheriff Coltrane (James Best). Catherine Bach is Daisy Duke, a smart, short-shorts wearing beauty who can make bacon sizzle from 200 paces away. Denver Pyle is wily Uncle Jesse. Ben Jones is car-fixer Cooter. And barrel-voiced Waylon Jennings provides the witty episode narration. Welcome y'all to Hazzard County!
This 4-disc set includes all 23 Season Two Episodes with an extra helpin' of Bonus Features to make this as sure to please as grits and gravy. The stories begin with Uncle Jesse and Boss Hogg tearin' up the back roads in a grudge match and end with Luke and Bo dukin' it out in a surprise feud of their own. In between, you'll share hours of full-throttle adventure and laughs, Hazzard style!
Luke, Bo and the rest of the Dukes invite y'all to join the fast-and-furious fun of The Dukes Of Hazzard. Here on 4 discs are 22 Season 3 episodes - including a feature-length season opener - plus bonus goodies as right satisfyin' as lemonade in August. Say "howdy" to uncle Jesse's old sweetheart and "bye now" as Enos finally gets his chance to join the LAPD. Meet Boss Hogg's angelic twin brother and his slimy snake-in-the-grass nephew. And hold on tight as the Dukes outrace a passel of connivers, crooks, and con-men in one dust-kicking, hair-raising chase after another. The General Lee's tank is full up. Let's go!
There's a duplicate set of Duke brothers - and a second General Lee! Sheriff Rosco becomes instantly rich - and instantly hogties Hazzard County. Boss Hogg is as incorrigible as ever, putting his sticky fingers to work trafficking in stolen merchandise, rigging a beauty pageant, regularly trying to snatch the Duke farm and always getting tripped up by his own scheming, It's business as usual - funny business. Y'all enjoy!
Say howdy, y'all! This is the year for greetin' folks in Hazzard County as Enos skedaddles home from California and cousins Coy and Vance Duke join the car-crashin' action. Get ready for the fun to shake the fillings out of your teeth and knock you into the middle of next week as everybody's favorite good ol' boys tear up the back roads of Dixie. Whether the Dukes are outmaneuvering Boss Hogg, outrunning Rosco P. Coltrane, or outfoxing a whole bunch of crooks, you just know that vehicles are gonna take to the air.... or be smashed flatter than a June bug sat on by a mule.
This season, look for twice the Hazzard hijinks: two Flashes (for double the fun), two Roscos (for double the dumb) and identical twin Southern belles (for double the gal trouble). And every episode includes two good ol' boys, Bo and Luke, for double the lickety-quick action. Add Daisy, Uncle Jesse, Boss Hogg, Enos and Cooter and you have more good times than a hound dog in a T-bone steak patch.
Just like peach ice cream at the church picnic, nothing lasts forever. Yup, this here is the Dukes' seventh and final lap, and Bo and Luke go out in hightailin', road-mailin' style! In these 17 good-time episodes, you'll discover how the General Lee joined the Duke family, meet Sheriff Rosco's robot replacement, see Boss Hogg turn sweeter 'n pecan pie (thanks to a head-whuppin' accident), ride back in time to 1872 Hazzard, and throw some shoes and rice at Enos and Daisy's wedding. And if'n it's just too durn hard to say goodbye to Luke, Bo, Daisy, Uncle Jesse, Enos, Cooter - and even Boss and Rosco P. Coltrane - well, why don't y'all just start the fun all over again with Season 1 on DVD?