The Dukes of Hazzard 7 Seasons 1981

Season 3
(132) IMDb 7.4/10

14. Along Came A Duke TV-NR CC

Hazzard County is celebrating "Stonewall Jackson Day," and Bo and Luke (JOHN SCHNEIDER and TOM WOPAT) have been hired to transport the famous General's sword from Atlanta ... only to have Boss Hogg (SORRELL BOOKE) arrange for it to be stolen.

Starring:
Tom Wopat, John Schneider
Runtime:
50 minutes
Original air date:
February 13, 1981

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Adventure, Action, Comedy
Director Paul Baxley
Starring Tom Wopat, John Schneider
Supporting actors Catherine Bach, Denver Pyle, Rick Hurst, Ben Jones, James Best, Sorrell Booke, Waylon Jennings, Earl Boen, Tony Brubaker, Christopher Hensel, Dennis Holahan, Kenneth O'Brien, Buck Young
Season year 1981
Network Warner Bros.
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Metch on 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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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Britt Gillette on April 19, 2005
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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...
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Spaulding on 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.
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