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  • Actors: Byron Cherry, Christopher Mayer, Catherine Bach, Denver Pyle, Rick Hurst
  • Producers: Paul R. Picard
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: December 13, 2005
  • Run Time: 1059 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BB1MJ6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,457 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 5" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on eight discs
  • Hazzard County Stunt Team: Reunited and in Your Face!: the original stunt team pays tribute to coordinator Paul Baxley
  • Cooter's Place: Keeping the Dream Alive: Visit Ben Jones' shrine to all things Hazzard

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The Dukes of Hazzard: The Complete Fifth Season marks the ignominious year in which (gasp) Dukes mainstays Bo (John Schneider) and Luke (Tom Wopat) Duke took a hiatus from the series, the result of a contract feud between the two stars and the show's producers. That disagreement proved considerable: Schneider and Wopat stayed off Dukes for 18 of the season's 22 episodes. But while their absence puts a dent in the ongoing Dukes zaniness, replacement cousins Coy (Byron Cherry) and Vance (Christopher Mayer) Duke do an adequate job of filling the seats of the General Lee. The new boys are also on to the wily ways of Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke), who seems to be ratcheting up his brand of felonious mayhem, going so far as to rob banks and jewelry stores, swindle landowners, incite kidnapping, and plot payroll heists. Of course, he also spends half his time still trying to frame the Dukes for one thing or another, including feisty cousin Daisy (Catherine Bach) and grizzled Uncle Jesse (Denver Pyle)--Boss Hogg's former moonshine partner. And, yes, he's more intent than ever on grabbing the Dukes' property, along with everything else.

A familiar face returns in the fifth season: Deputy Enos Strate (Sonny Shroyer), gone from the series since 1980 but now rejoining the burlesque that is the office of Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane (James Best) and his goofy underling, Deputy Cletus Hogg (Rick Hurst). Season highlights include "The Revenge of Hughie Hogg," in which Boss Hogg's ever-scheming nephew (Jeff Altman) makes a return appearance, this time with his eye on defeating Roscoe in the latter's re-election bid for top lawman. (Hughie being Hughie, he blackmails his uncle into supporting his run.) "Ding, Dong, the Boss Is Dead" finds Coy and Vance actually helping Boss Hogg escape an old moonshine runner's certain revenge by staging their diminutive nemesis' funeral. "Comrade Duke" concerns a Russian gymnast who seeks asylum at the Dukes' farm. Bo and Luke return in time for a few adventures, capping the season with "Daisy's Shotgun Wedding," in which the overprotected beauty strikes out on her own and is snatched away by a moonshiner's son, who wants to marry her. --Tom Keogh

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The Duke cousins, Vance and Coy, come to Hazzard to embark on a new series of adventures, while Bo and Luke race the NASCAR circuit. Following the phenomenal success of this franchise on DVD, Dukes Season 5 will street in conjunction with the theatrical release. The Duke family is back for more down-home adventure in The Dukes of Hazzard: The Complete Fifth Season, now on DVD in this 8-disc, 22 episode collector's set.

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By DukesFan01 on December 4, 2005
Format: DVD
Yes, 5 stars. There has simply never been another show on television like THE DUKES OF HAZZARD...and I doubt we will ever see something in its style again. But just because John Schneider and Tom Wopat ("Bo and Luke Duke") are absent on just about every episode of this season, doesn't mean that I will wait longer to purchase it.

In hindsight, the introduction of "Coy and Vance Duke" into the storyline wasn't the great disaster it was in 1982. Schneider and Wopat walk off the show to strike over issues related to merchandise royalties, and the show clamors to hire two new individuals to fill the huge gap. Granted, the replacement cousins were no Bo and Luke, but hey, the character of Coy (played by Byron Cherry) was quite likeable and down-home like, and the change in roles allowed the show to experiment a little.

Rick Hurst ("Deputy Cletus") stayed on the show as Sonny Shroyer ("Deputy Enos") returns from his failed spin-off series, and it's great that we have both deputies on several of this season's early shows until Hurst finally departs. Secondly, the comedic talents of "Boss Hogg" (Sorrell Booke) and "Sheriff Rosco" (James Best) are second to none in the fifth season, as the two really stepped it up to ease the absence of Schneider and Wopat. The two really carry the weight of the season, and they do it hillariously!

Not only that, but one of the best episodes of the show's entire run, "Witness: Jesse Duke", shows the great talent of Denver Pyle ("Uncle Jesse"), and the chemistry of the "new Dukes" finally gels within the storyline and with the rest of the cast, only to be gone in the next episode.

Otherwise, the stories found in this season are very good, and afterall, Bo and Luke do return towards the end.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By BRADLEY R HUTSON on September 24, 2005
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Warner Bros. continues to do a GREAT job with these "The Dukes of Hazzard" season box sets. Each time the content and extras are great, the price point is VERY reasonable (especially now that the sets consist of 8-9 single-sided discs each) and the release schedule is surprisingly swift! As I'm sure all of you know, this is the season where Bo and Luke were temporarily replaced by Coy and Vance. I don't think anyone seriously thought that Warner would skip this season for fear of it being less popular for that very reason, but anyone who really was concerned about there being a gaping hole in their collection can now lay those fears to rest.

I remember seeing some of these episodes first-run, and as I recall there were some good ones thrown in the lot despite the absence of Schneider and Wopat. Besides, they both returned to the show for the last few episodes of the season, so it is not totally devoid of them. Any Coy and Vance haters had best remember that, as boycotting this season will cost them a few Bo and Luke episodes.

Only two more seasons remain before we will be able to own the entire series in its' original, uncut format! That will all but render the chopped-up CMT airings obsolete.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kevin R. Roar on October 23, 2005
Format: DVD
This is the 5th installment of the Dukes Of Hazzard season series on dvd in which Bo And Luke Persue an oppurtinity of a life long dream to race the Nascar circuit (Actually a contract dispute with Warner Brothers) Enter Coy and Vance Duke to save the 5th Season from going down the toilet. I Have to admit that i'm more of a Bo And Luke fan myself but,if not for the Coy And Vance Episodes this season might have ended the running of the series.As for the Episodes they are actually pretty good and worth the purchase and would watch them several times each, The Season 5 package consists of 22 episodes on 8 dvd's with lots of extras & includes episodes #87 through #108 with Bo And Luke returning for the final 4 episodes of season 5 #105 through #108. Here below is the episode list for season 5 w/original airdates found on tvtome.com #87 The New Dukes 9/24/82 #88 Dukes Strike It Rich 10/1/82 #89 Lawman Of The Year 10/8/82 #90 Coy Meets Girl 10/15/82 #91 The Hazzardgate Tape 10/22/82 #92 Big Daddy 10/29/82 #93 Vance's Lady 11/5/82 #94 Hazzard Hustle 11/12/82 #95 Enos In Trouble 11/19/82 #96 The Great Insurance Fraud 11/26/82 #97 A Little Game Of Pool 12/3/82 #98 The Treasure Of Soggy Marsh 12/10/82 #99 The Revenge Of Hughie Hogg 12/17/82 #100 The Return Of The Mean Green Machine 1/7/83 #101 Ding Dong.The Boss Is Dead 1/21/83 #102 Coy Vs Vance 2/4/83 #103 Comrade Duke 2/11/83 #104 Witness Jesse Duke 2/18/83 #105 Welcome Back Bo n Luke 2/25/83 #106 Big Brothers Duke 3/4/83 #107 Farewell Hazzard 3/11/83 #108 Daisy's Shotgun Wedding 3/25/83
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Bernard Duggan on April 1, 2006
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Why no interviews with the actors who played Coy or Vance. I knocked this set down a star because of it. I know the "Replacment Dukes" are not exactly popular with the fans but that doesn't mean they didn't do the best job they could. To their credit they didn't try to be Bo and Luke copies but carved out personalities of their own. When Bo and Luke return in episode 19, Coy and Vance are dumped a little too quickly. I would of liked to see the four cousins team-up at least once. After this episode you never hear of Coy and Vance again. I guess they got banned to "TV Limbo" with Richie Cunnigham's brother Chuck. I don't think this boads well for a future DVD release of the "Dukes" cartoon, which as Coy and Vance as the main charecters in the first 13 of the 21 episodes in the series. In episode 21 of this season, the main villian is a woman named "L.S. Pritchard" from Dallas, TX. Think a female J.R. Ewing. She wants to strip-mine Hazzard for coal. I wonder if this wasn't an aborted attempt for a Dallas-Dukes crossover. Did this charecter ever show up on Dallas? After all, the Dukes did crossover with "Alice" in October of 1983 (I hope that episode of Alice is included as an extra in the Dukes season six DVD realease). Anyway this season wasn't as bad as some people remember. At least Enos returns (but Cleatus is banished to the same TV limbo as Coy and Vance.)
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