The Dukes of Hazzard
The Dukes Of Hazzard: Season 1
The Duke Family---Cousins Bo and Luke, assisted by their cousin Daisy and their Uncle Jesse, fight the system and root out the corrupt practices of Hazzard County Commissioner Boss Hogg and his bumbling Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane. The show became an instant hit, never failing to win its time slot during its original run on CBS for seven seasons from 1979-1985. The Duke boys, a pair of 'Robin Hood' types complete with flaming bows and arrows, are assisted in their adventures by their car, an orange 1969 Dodge Charger named 'The General Lee.' "The Dukes of Hazzard" is set in Georgia, and the show's southern influence is felt throughout. Country singing superstar Waylon Jennings performed the famous theme song to the show ("Good Ol' Boys"), and acts as 'The Balladeer,' narrating the adventures of each episode. Furthermore, many of the plots revolved around the Dukes' history as an ex-moon-shining family. The story followed Bo and Luke until season 5, because during episo
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Sherrif Coltrane is hissier than a sack of rattlesnakes! He sets up a slot machine operation to fund his election, but a pair of two-armed bandits - Bo and Luke - find a way to give the proceeds to charity.
What kind of music-publishing outfit would bilk Daisy out of $50? Well, here's a hint, Dukesters: where there's corruption, there's Boss Hogg. And this time, the FBI is keeping an eye on the scam!
Bo and Luke are unaware that 1) the borrowed car they're driving is loaded with moonshine and 2) the pregnant hitchhiker they've picked up is carrying over $100,000 in stolen mob loot.
The car's a wreck. But the engine's a honey, and Bo and Luke have to have it. So they make a deal with a car dealer who's as crooked as a switchback trail and whose scheme could land them behind bars.
Will a batch of kick-tail gasoline solve the nation's fuel crisis? Uncle Jesse fires up the moonshine still for a patriotic cause. And a lovely female revenue agent fires up Bo's dancin'-and-romancin' flames.
Way back in the '30s, Molly sprang Uncle Jesse out of a heap of trouble with the Feds. Now she wants to make one last moonshine run... and she wants Jesse and the other Dukes to help.
Luke's rival in Hazzard's stock car derby has million-dollar legs and a lead foot... and she's got his heart revved up. Boss Hogg worries about reclaiming the derby trophy because his moma's ashes are inside it.
Bo and Luke robbers? That accusation is like going to church shirtless. It don't feel right! But if the Dukes didn't pull off the heist, who was in the General Lee when it roared away from the crime scene?
Leave it to Cooter to drive everyone wild. When government agents driving the U.S. President's limo through Hazzard stop at the Boar's Nest, Cooter hot-wires the vehicle and sets out on a joy ride.
There ought to be a law. Instead, there's Bo and Luke. They've been deputized and sent to Springfield to retrieve a prisoner. One detail the boys aren't told: the prisoner is notorious Public Enemy #1!
The government was going to burn the cash anyway, so who'd miss a cool million in ragged bills? Besides, Boss Hogg has masterminded his scheme so that Bo and Luke are the fall guys.
The rig is rigged! Bo and Luke become drivers of an 18-wheeler, not knowing that the trailer is a rolling gambling casino and that its games aren't on the level.
A fine mess they've gotten into this time! After a health quarantine confines the Duke men and the police to the jailhouse, only Daisy is left to pursue bank robbers who disguise themselves as Laurel and Hardy.
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