Never meaning no harm and in trouble since the day they were born, the Duke boys – series stars John Schneider (Smallville) as Bo and Tom Wopat as Luke – still can't catch a break from the crooked hand of the law. But it's sure fun to watch them try! In the seventh and final season of this family-friendly, free-spirited romp of an action series, fans finally learn the story behind the General Lee and how that fast orange car came to be. Country great Waylon Jennings, who cleverly narrates each episode as the Balladeer, also makes a guest-starring appearance … as himself! Let's hope Boss Hogg doesn't stir up too much trouble with Waylon around. So strap in for The Dukes of Hazzard: The Complete Seventh Season and get ready for more good times and yee-haws with these Southern outlaws. The gang's all here! Plus, one of the all-time NASCAR greats Cale Yarborough also appears. Dukes of Hazzard fans, start your engines!]]>
The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 7
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In the final season, toy models of each of the cars/vans were used for the jumps and other stunt sequences. Most of the real "General Lee" jumps were taken from the fourth, fifth & sixth seasons, with the exception of "Dukes in Hollywood", where they used the real Charger for a jump scene, and also "Danger on the Hazzard Express", although it was a small jump. The stunts with the toy models were done well, even though they had the General jumping over bigger objects, like a grain tower. Some jumps you could tell it was a toy model, and others were pretty close to looking like the real Dodge Charger "General Lee".
The episodes weren't as serious as the sixth season, but they had one episode "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Duke", where Luke drinks water that's contaminated altering his behavior, and nearly tearing the duke family apart, not to mention nearly getting 20 years for robbing Boss hogg's bank.
Other than that, it's been a fun ride with the dukes of hazzard.
I'm praying that warner brothers will re-release the two reunion movies on DVD soon.
Rosco ruined it for me even moreso in season 7 as his character basically turned into a bumbling baffoon and his stupidity got worse from season to season. No longer a corrupted sheriff, rosco evolved into a crybaby with no seriousness at all. The comedic atmosphere in the final seasons are wy over done. Seeing aliens visit form outerspace was enough to make me puke. I missed the awesome storylines, they clearly ran out of ideas.Read more ›
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Love it. So happy to have all the seasons on DVD now. Great show.Published 18 days ago by Martha Carnley
Now this is it the final season of the dukes of hazzard now this season could almost be one of the best now some of the episodes are awesome i mean you finally learn the origins of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by thomas henry
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