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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Third Season got the highest ratings of its Seven-year run
This is the peak of "The Dukes of Hazzard" series reaching second behind "Dallas".

Season Three consist of 22 episodes, they are as follows:

#37 Carnival Of Thrills - (Sept. 16th, 1980)

(Special Two-Hour Episode)

#38 Enos Strate to the Top - (Nov. 5th, 1980)

#39 The Hazzardville Horror - (Nov. 7th, 1980)...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Dukes of Hazzard Third Season - Still In Hot Pursuit. Kgyu,kgyu.....
The Third season of DOH finally establishes the proven formula that carries the series until it's final season.Although the "Let's Frame The Dukes" plots are standard issue in every episode,it's the variations of it (like Three's Company misunderstanding cliche) and how Bo and Luke solve the dilemma that keeps it from getting boring.

Sonny Shroyer (Deputy Enos...
Published on September 29, 2005 by DEAN M. Dent


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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Third Season got the highest ratings of its Seven-year run, April 14, 2005
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This is the peak of "The Dukes of Hazzard" series reaching second behind "Dallas".

Season Three consist of 22 episodes, they are as follows:

#37 Carnival Of Thrills - (Sept. 16th, 1980)

(Special Two-Hour Episode)

#38 Enos Strate to the Top - (Nov. 5th, 1980)

#39 The Hazzardville Horror - (Nov. 7th, 1980)

#40 And in this Corner, Luke Duke - (Nov. 14th, 1980)

#41 The Late J.D. Hogg - (Nov. 21st, 1980)

#42 Uncle Boss - (Nov. 28th, 1980)

#43 Baa, Baa, White Sheep - (Dec. 5th, 1980)

#44 Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane - (Dec. 12th, 1980)

#45 The Great Santa Claus Chase - (Dec. 19th, 1980)

#46 Good Neighbors Duke - (Jan. 2nd, 1981)

#47 State of the County - (Jan. 9th, 1981)

#48 The Legacy - (Jan. 16th, 1981)

#49 Duke vs. Duke - (Jan. 23rd, 1981)

#50 My Son, Bo Hogg - (Jan. 30th, 1981)

#51 To Catch a Duke - (Feb. 6th, 1981)

#52 Along Came a Duke - (Feb. 13th, 1981)

#53 By-Line, Daisy Duke - (Feb. 20th, 1981)

#54 The Return of Hughie Hogg - (Mar. 6th, 1981)

#55 Bye, Bye, Boss - (Mar. 13th, 1981)

#56 The Great Hazzard Hijack - (Mar. 27th, 1981)

#57 The Hack of Hazzard - (Apr. 3rd, 1981)

#58 The Canterbury Crock - (Apr. 10th 1981)

Out of a total of 145 episodes we will surely own 58 episodes, only Four seasons consisting of 87 episodes are left and I hope all of them will be released very shortly.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A true one-of-a-kind television show..., April 19, 2005
This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 3 (DVD)
In the late 70's and early 80's, television viewers fell in love with The Dukes Of Hazzard, a weekly foray into the fictional setting of Hazzard County, Georgia. Cousins Bo and Luke Duke (John Schneider and Tom Wopat) spent each episode trying to do good, while the loveable "Boss" Hogg (Sorrell Booke) concocted various schemes for making money and having the Duke boys (who always foiled his plans) thrown in jail for violating their probation (the result of a deal with the federal government to end the centuries-old Duke family tradition of bootlegging).

Joining Bo and Luke are their Uncle Jesse (Denver Pyle), a grandfatherly figure who owns the family farm, and Cousin Daisy (Catherine Bach), whose skimpy shorts coined the cultural term "daisy dukes". Along with "Crazy" Cooter (Ben Jones), the local mechanic, they create a formidable threat to the money-making shenanigans of Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane (James Best) and the owner of seemingly every business entity in Hazzard County, "Boss" Hogg.

But critics will argue that the true star of the show was the General Lee, Bo and Luke's bright orange Dodge race car with the Confederate flag pasted on its roof...

The Dukes Of Hazzard (Season 3) DVD provides a number of famous episodes, including guest appearances by musicians Tammy Wynette, Roy Orbison, and The Oak Ridge Boys. Sheriff Little of Chickasaw County (Don Pedro Colley) makes his first of many appearances on the show in Season 3. With Waylon Jennings's weekly narrations as "The Balladeer" (performing artist of the show's legendary, chart-topping theme song), The Dukes Of Hazzard provides hours of family-friendly programming as Boss and Roscoe match wits with the Duke clan...

Below is a list of episodes included on The Dukes Of Hazzard (Season 3) DVD:

Episode 37 (Carnival of Thrills: Part 1)

Episode 38 (Carnival of Thrills: Part 2)

Episode 39 (Enos Strate to the Top)

Episode 40 (The Hazzardville Horror)

Episode 41 (And in This Corner, Luke Duke)

Episode 42 (The Late J.D. Hogg)

Episode 43 (Uncle Boss)

Episode 44 (Baa, Baa, White Sheep)

Episode 45 (Mrs. Roscoe P. Coltrane)

Episode 46 (The Great Santa Claus Chase)

Episode 47 (Good Neighbors Duke)

Episode 48 (State of the County)

Episode 49 (The Legacy)

Episode 50 (Duke vs. Duke)

Episode 51 (My Son, Bo Hogg)

Episode 52 (To Catch a Duke)

Episode 53 (Along Came a Duke)

Episode 54 (By-Line, Daisy Duke)

Episode 55 (The Return of Hughie Hogg)

Episode 56 (Bye, Bye, Boss)

Episode 57 (The Great Hazzard Hijack)

Episode 58 (The Hack of Hazzard)

Episode 59 (The Canterbury Crock)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A little bit more than the law will allow, September 20, 2005
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As I mentioned in my review of Season Two, this was one of my favorite shows of all time. As a kid, it seemed that everything I owned had the Dukes of Hazzard on it. I think I even have a lunchbox with Vance and Coy on it. Yikes.

That being said, I thoroughly have enjoyed the first two season sets, getting a chance to relive my childhood, and this set was no different. I am the first to admit that the stories, when viewed with 20 years of history between the time they were aired and the time I am watching them, are more than a little weak, but it is still good, clean, country fun.

Season three saw the departure of Enos (Sonny Shroyer) He appeared in the first two episodes and then left Hazzard County and his beloved Daisy to head off to spin-off land, specifically, L.A. He returned to the show in the fifth season after his spin-off took off more like the sheriff's car then the General Lee. The departure of Enos left the deputy spot open and Cletus (Rick Hurst) slid neatly into Enos' holster and continued to wreak havoc with his crony counterparts.

Of course the stars of the Dukes of Hazzard were Bo and Luke Duke (John Schneider and Tom Wopat). The cousins were constantly under the scrutiny of crooked county commissioner Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) and his brother in law sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane (James Best). The lawmen were always involved in some crooked scheme and were always trying to pin it on the Duke boys and it was up to Bo and Luke to try and clear the family name and at the same time, catch the bad guys.

In this season, Bo and Luke feuded over a couple of things, going head to head in a car race and feuding over a Carnival of Thrills job in the season's opener, which was a double length episode. Despite their differences, Luke the more responsible, older one, and Bo the gung-ho younger one, always seemed to work everything out in the end, which always led to a clean ending.

Bo and Luke's cousin Daisy (Catherine Bach) was the dream of all sorts of teenage boys back in the early 80s. Her short shorts spawned a whole new appreciation for that clothing option. She wasn't your typical girly-girl though. She was constantly involved in all of the family goings-on, driving a mean Jeep and holding her own in every fight.

Family Patriarch Uncle Jesse raised the cousins and it was his responsibility to look after them and he always did, but he was always the first to defend the Duke name when Boss Hogg and Rosco tried to frame the family. Denver Pyle did a phenomenal job as Uncle Jesse, really giving the show its moral center. And when need be, he always came up with the bail money when the sheriff succeeded in throwing his boys in jail.

Boss Hogg and Rosco were a great pair. James Best's sheriff portrayal was so incredible, that it is actually hard to ever see him as anybody else, even though he is a fine actor outside of the Dukes. Their constant schemes are at times so stupid, yet they always seem to believe that they will work, which of course, thanks to the Dukes, they never do.

Cooter Davenport (Ben Jones) and Hurst as Cletus round out the cast and the legendary Waylon Jennings provides the great voice overs and music for the show.

After watching the first three seasons, I am convinced of three things. First, Hazzard County must be the crime capital of the world, per capita. With all the bank robberies, kidnappings and such, the only other place in the world that could possibly have so much crime was the hometown of Murder She Wrote's Jessica Fletcher, Cabot Cove, Maine. Second, Additionally, Hazzard must also be the construction capital of the world, because around every corner the Dukes find a bridge that is out or people working with strategically placed piles of dirt that allow the General Lee to jump. Third, every girl, with the obvious exception of Daisy, in Hazzard, seems to have two first names. Just a strange fact.

The extras on this set aren't bad. There is an explanation of the Dukes Family Tree from creator Gy Waldron as well as a great commentary track from the show's three main stars, Schneider, Wopat and Bach. Viewers can listen to the commentary over the show, or they can actually watch the actors watching the episode, with a split screen. I found this to be quite interesting. The episode they did this on was "In this corner, Luke Duke" where Luke boxes a professional in Hazzard Square.

All told, this was a fun trip down memory lane and I am happy to see that Season Four is already out and Five, featuring Vance and Coy, is coming as well. Keep cranking them out and I will keep buying them just for the memories.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dukes of Hazzard at their best, March 20, 2005
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Dukes of Hazzard is one of the funniest comedy-drama that combines the drama of Starsky and Hutch; and the sweet southern charm of Beverly Hillbillies. Every character on this show is lovable and each of them brings to the show his/her talent and makes this show a very entertaining for young and old alike. Of course Bo (John Schneider), the good looking one; and Luke (Tom Wopat), the smart one makes a wonderful team in the lead role. Veteran actors Denver Pyle (Uncle Jesse) and Sorrel Booke (Boss Hogg) bring their years of TV experience to add strength and character to the show. Rosco Coltrane (James Best) as the Sheriff of the county is the funniest and entertained a large population of young viewers during its seven year run There are 23 episodes on four discs in season 3 of the series, and good writing and excellent stories make this season better than the first season. In this season we also see the departure of Deputy Enos Straight and the incoming deputy's role played by Rick Hurst as Cletus Hogg. There are some excellent episodes of the series from season 3; The Great Santa Claus Chase, To Catch a Duke, The Hazzardville Horror, Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane, My Son, Bo Hogg, and The Great Hazzard Hijack are some of the funniest shows, and you don't want to miss this. This is reasonably priced and all fans must own this set.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best seasons, September 3, 2005
This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 3 (DVD)
One of the best seasons which achieved the highest ratings of the entire series when originally aired, season 3 episodes are:

(#1 and #2) "Carnival of Thrills"
Bo and Luke come to blows when Bo decides to oblige a beautiful carnival owner by jumping the General Lee over 32 cars, and Luke determines to stop him.

(#3) "Enos - Strate to the Top"
When Daisy is kidnapped after taking a snapshot of two bank robbers, Enos unwittingly develops into a hero, and is catapulted into headlines and the big-city police job he has wanted for years.

(#4) "And in this Corner, Luke Duke"
Luke is goaded into a boxing match by crooked promoters who don't realize that the reluctant contender is an ex-Marine boxing champ.

(#5) "The Late J.D. Hogg"
News that he's about to meet his Maker galvanizes Boss Hogg into atoning for a lifetime of meanness by cramming his last weeks with good works.

(#6) "Uncle Boss"
Boss Hogg's college-educated nephew upholds family tradition with a series of outrageous schemes to get Luke and Bo Duke out of his uncle's hair.

(#7) "Baa Baa White Sheep"
Boss Hogg isn't exactly thrilled to see his long-lost twin, Abraham Lincoln Hogg. And no wonder: he's rich, and as nice as his brother is mean, but Boss had him declared dead years before and is about to acquire Abe's share of an inheritance.

(#8) "Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane"
Everyone in Hazzard is invited to Sheriff Rosco's wedding - except the Dukes, which makes them the suspects in the bank robbery that Boss Hogg has arranged to take place during the nuptials.

(#9) "The Hazzardville Horror"
Gathered at a haunted house: pretty Mary Lou Pringle, who's preparing to sell it; two thieves who stole Boss Hogg's silver; Bo and Luke, who are searching for the loot; Daisy, who's worried about Mary Lou; and, of course, the horror that lurks within.

(#10) "The Great Santa Clause Chase"
Boss Hogg reaps more than he bargained for when he hijacks the Dukes' truckload of Christmas trees - including a bumper crop of Santa Clauses.

(#11) "Good Neighbors, Duke"
The Dukes' new neighbors are actually incognito Government witnesses in a kidnap case, hiding from bounty hunters who think they know the location of the missing $2 million ransom. In a cameo, Hoyt Axton sings "Speed Trap."

(#12) "State of the County"
A smitten Daisy is unaware that the handsome stranger she gave a lift to is actually the henchman of a neighboring boss who's trying to muscle in on Boss Hogg's territory.

(#13) "The Legacy"
A spunky old flame of Uncle Jesse's rides into Hazzard intent on collecting an old debt from Boss Hogg and finding the legacy left by her late husband, a moonshiner.

(#14) "Duke Vs. Duke"
Every car in Hogg's annual race could end up in his garage thanks to the small print on the entry form; the Dukes find themselves racing each other - Bo in the General Lee, Luke in Cooter's car; and Rosco has the rigged winner.

(#15) "My Son, Bo Hogg"
A chase ends in an accident that leaves Bo with amnesia and Boss Hogg with the perfect patsy to transport his corn liquor to the next county.

(#16) "To Catch a Duke"
Sheriff Rosco loses his badge for abetting the Dukes in a jewel robbery after Boss finds the loot in Rosco's car, courtesy of his trusty canine deputy, Flash.

(#17) "Along Came a Duke"
Boss uses the Stonewall Jackson Day exhibit at his bank as an opportunity to steal the general's historic sword and frame the Dukes for it.

(#18) "By-Line Daisy Duke"
Daisy moonlights as a reporter for the local newspaper while Bo and Luke try to solve a series of tractor thefts.

(#19) "The Return of Hughie Hogg"
Boss Hogg invites nephew Hughie (Jeff Altman) to take another lowdown crack at the Dukes, but it is Boss himself who suffers from his protege's well-schooled talent for mischief.

(#20) "Bye Bye Boss"
Bo and Luke try to rescue Boss Hogg from escaped convicts who are holding him for ransom, while Sheriff Rosco is hot on the trail of the Dukes for a robbery committed by the kidnappers. Freddie Fender sings "Jambalaya."

(#21) "The Great Hazzard Hijack"
Bo and Luke find 50 dollar bills floating down the river, money which turns out to be part of an armored car robbery that happened 5 years earlier. Roy Orbison sings "Pretty Woman".

(#22) "The Hack of Hazzard"
As temporary drivers of Hazzard's only taxi, Bo and Luke unwittingly pick up two fugitives who stash their loot under the back seat.

(#23) "The Canterbury Crock"
The Dukes pay $10 at a garage sale for a piece of crockery that passes from hand to hand before anyone realizes it's worth a fortune - anyone, that is, except an eager collector and Boss Hogg.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank You, Warner Brothers!, March 5, 2005
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This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 3 (DVD)
UPDATE: The extras that are to be included on the DoH Season 3 DVD set have been announced:

1. "A Special Welcome": Season Introduction by Tom Wopat, John Schneider and Catherine Bach
2. "DukeVision": On-Camera Commentary on Episode 4 "And In This Corner, Luke Duke" by Cast Members
3. "Dukes Family Tree" with Series Creator Gy Waldron
4. "Bo, Luke & Daisy: Just Good Ole Friends": The Stars Reminisce

Warner Brothers has treated us to the first two seasons of the "Dukes of Hazzard." Both releases were of the utmost quality...clear picture, great sound and awesome packaging! Beyond that, extra features were included on both sets, which made the purchases that much more enjoyable.

Season 3 (1980-1981) is one of the best seasons of this show's seven year run, where the characters really settle in, (particuarly James Best and Sorrell Booke, playing Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane and Boss Hogg, respectively) and the storylines, though familiar, get better and better with each episode ("And in This Corner, Luke Duke", "The Late J.D. Hogg" and "My Son, Bo Hogg" being three such highlights).

Season 3 starts off with the 2-hour movie "Carnival of Thrills", one of the best episodes in the run of the DUKES and a fan favorite. This season also finds Deputy Enos Strate, played by Sonny Shroyer, leaving Hazzard County ("Enos Strate to the Top") for the Los Angeles Police Department. In reality, Shroyer was given his own show ("Enos") and he is replaced by Rick Hurst, who plays Deputy Cletus Hogg. Viewers are familiar with Hurst as he was a regular guest during the first and second seasons, appearing as Deputy Cletus for various reasons. (Shroyer would return to the show in 1982.)

The Third Season also provides the only DUKES Christmas-themed show, "The Great Santa Claus Chase."

Here is the episode list for the Third Season:

Carnival Of Thrills (1)
Carnival of Thrills (2)
Enos Strate to the Top
The Hazzardville Horror
And in this Corner, Luke Duke
The Late J.D. Hogg
Uncle Boss
Baa, Baa, White Sheep
Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane
The Great Santa Claus Chase
Good Neighbors Duke
State of the County
The Legacy
Duke vs. Duke
My Son, Bo Hogg
To Catch a Duke
Along Came a Duke
By-Line, Daisy Duke
The Return of Hughie Hogg
Bye, Bye, Boss
The Great Hazzard Hijack
The Hack of Hazzard
The Canterbury Crock

I'm looking forward to the release of the rest of the seasons (including Season 5 with Coy and Vance!) of the "Dukes Of Hazzard" on DVD.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The good ol' Dukes are back!, April 13, 2005
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This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 3 (DVD)
The Dukes of Hazzard's third season,1980-81,began late due to an actors' strike. Television seasons typically begin in September. Some seasons have begun in early October when there were preceding writers' or producers' strikes. This season brought several changes to DOH. Sonny Shroyer as Hazzard County deputy Enos Strate was written out as a regular. He guest-starred in the premiere episode preparing to relocate to Los Angeles to become the city's sheriff. Enos was spun off on the short-lived ENOS,in which the character was the star. What led to this was Enos accidentally capturing two wanted felons. Shroyer was written out for the 1981-82 season as well and returned as a regular from fall 1982 to DOH's 1985 cancellation. Filling Enos's shoes is Cletus Hogg(Rick Hurst),nephew of Jefferson Davis "Boss" Hogg(the late Sorrell Booke). Hurst made several guest appearances previously playing the character. Also,there's a canine recurring character,a female basset hound named Flash. Flash's owner is Hazzard County sheriff Roscoe Coltrane(James Best). Roscoe always called Flash "velvet ears",probably because her ears were long and her fur was like velvet. Cletus was very much soft-hearted like Enos,making arrests only when ordered to by Roscoe or Boss Hogg. At the end of the premiere episode,we see the aircraft ascending to the friendly skies carrying Enos enroute to L.A.,tearfully watched by sexy and beautiful Daisy Duke(Catherine Bach). The lead characters,Luke and Bo Duke(Tom Wopat and John Schneider) saw Enos fly away also. While in L.A.,Enos kept in touch with the rest of the Hazzard County gang,including Daisy,whom he'd miss most of all. There's also the Christmas episode which Boss Hogg,Roscoe,Cletus and service station attendant Cooter Davenport(Ben Jones) were guests at the Duke household. Roscoe,although he often thought the Dukes were downgrading Hazzard,was in very good spirits during that episode. Also,Cooter is now clean-shaven. He finally got rid of the beard he grew since the January 1979 series premiere. The opening montage is very much the same,the only differences being no appearance of Shroyer and the appearance of Hurst. The DOH ratings remained strong despite Shroyer's absence following the season premiere.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed by people of ALL backgrounds!, March 10, 2005
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I grew up watching the Dukes of Hazzard on CBS, and one thing about the show that is so appealing is that it's just carefree fun!! I absolutely LOVE Warner Bros. for releasing the first two season sets which I had forgotten some storylines from watching it when I was just a little kid.

And Jessica Simpson is NOT Daisy Duke. Catherine Bach will ALWAYS be Daisy Duke!!

Please bring ALL 7 Seasons out on DVD and the 2 tv-movie specials to be included!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fans will be in "hot pursuit" of this set, June 11, 2005
This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 3 (DVD)
Nothing like a light, fun TV show to relieve the stress of the day. The third season of "The Dukes of Hazzard" arrives just in time for fans and those interested in catching the new movie version as well. I recently saw Tom Wopat in the play "Glengary Glen Ross" on Broadway and the first thing I could think of is, "its Luke!" Some performers are deeply associated with the first roles that brought them fame (William Shatner IS Captain Kirk, Boris Karloff IS Frankenstein's Monster) while others completely escape the shadow of the role they played. The irony is that those actors that audiences most closely identify with their roles tend to be more memorable. So while I could buy Wopat in his role in "Glengary Glen Ross" I also thought of what he'd played before. I have to say that suggests versatility. That also worked in the performers favor after they left the show. While they didn't find signature roles immediately after "Dukes" they have continued to expand on their careers.

The image quality is sharp throughout most of the third season episodes. The colors are bright with nice flesh tones. While there's the expected dirt and debris for a series this old, Warner has done a fine job transferring this series to DVD. The most noticeable area of each episode where the dirt and debris is worst is, of course, the opening montage with Waylon Jennings previewing what's going to happen in the episode and during the title sequence. In each case the color isn't as vivid and the footage suffers from scratches as well. The mono audio has nice presence with most of the dialog clear and up front in the original mono mix.

"Bo, Luke & Daisy: Just Good Ole Friends" is a marvelous look back by Wopat, Schneider and Bach at the good old days. They reminisce about some of the people they worked with, discuss stories from episodes shot for the third season (some quite funny) and, unlike most stars, get along marvelously. They occasionally disagree about their memories of events but it's all in good fun. They also discuss what their doing now (Wopat starred in "Cybill" and appeared on Broadway in "Chicago"; Schneider is now in "Smallville"; Catherine Bach appeared in "Cannonball Run II"). The trio sit around and jaw about the good times, the bad times and everything in between. During the credits for this featurette we also get to see the video outtakes for the interviews. At over 20 minutes it's one of the best featurettes to be offered on the releases so far. We also get a discussion of the "Dukes Family Tree" with series creator Gy Waldron (who based his own series on the movie "Moonshiners"). There's also a season introduction by the trio for the third season. The first batch of "Season 3" releases will also have a free ticket to the theatrical release of the film "The Dukes of Hazzard". A single commentary on the fourth episode of season three by Bach, Schneider and Wopat in what's called "DukesVision" is done on camera. It's actually a pretty nice feature for fans.

- These good ole' boys speed through the third season with the law in "hot pursuit" once again. General Lee ends up in the river, the boys continue to race against injustice and keep trouble at bay in these 23 episodes. Picture quality is pretty good although there is the usual amount of dirt and debris for a series this old. Overall, I have to tip my cowboy hat to Warner Home Video on the third season for a nice job on this set.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars In Season 3 they were riding high ..., May 31, 2005
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"The Dukes of Hazzard" was in full, fine form in the third season, which originally aired from September 1980 to April 1981. (This was when a TON of the "Dukes" merchandise came out, too.) The plots were as hilarious and wonderfully ridiculous as ever, even though there was no lovable, bumbling Deputy Enos Strate (Sonny Shroyer was off doing his own ill-fated "Dukes" spinoff, "Enos"). There were some rockin' guest stars in this series, and in Season 3 you could spot folks like soap-opera queen Robin Mattson (Heather Webber from "General Hospital" and Gina DeMott from "Santa Barbara") as a daredevil promoter whom Bo falls in love with. Season 3 also has the appearance of the "white sheep" of the Hogg family, Boss' twin, Abraham Lincoln Hogg. And Boss' Celebrity Speed Trap nabs the Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Orbison and a rather grumpy Freddy Fender! Great fun!!!!
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