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The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 2

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Dukes of Hazzard: The Complete Second Season (DVD)

In trouble with the law since the day they were born, Luke Duke, Bo Duke and their cousin Daisy race through the Southern hills in their 1969 Dodge Charger, The General Lee, fighting the corrupt local system like modern-day Robin Hoods.



The Dukes of Hazzard settled into a comfortable run in season 2. The show, originally shot on location in Covington, Georgia, was now permanently produced on a backlot in Burbank, California. While a couple of cast members (Ben Jones, who plays mechanic Cooter Davenport, and James Best, who portrays Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane) briefly boycotted the series in its second year (ushering in a parade of brief replacements, including Mickey Jones of the New Christy Minstrels, Dick Sargent of Bewitched, and James Hampton of F Troop), the actors relaxed into their now thoroughly cartoonish characters.

What else can one say: The General Lee, the souped-up '69, orange Dodge Charger that belongs to cousins Bo (John Schneider) and Luke (Tom Wopat) Duke, has a full tank and is ready to ride. The Duke boys, scions of a proud--though reformed--moonshining family, are still on probation with the law but continue to root out the criminal schemes of diminutive villain Boss Hogg (Sorrell Brooke) and his Wile E. Coyote-like lackey, Sheriff Coltrane. Uncle Jesse (Denver Pyle) is still a fount of grizzled wisdom as well as Boss Hogg's old whiskey-running nemesis. Cousin Daisy (Catherine Bach) still burns up the road with her short-shorts, and Coltrane's deputies Enos (Sonny Shroyer) and Cletus (Rick Hurst) remain idiots with an edge of sympathy. Season 2 highlights include a funny fan favorite called "The Ghost of General Lee" (also co-star Schneider's favorite episode), in which Bo and Luke are assumed to have drowned when their stolen car ends up at the bottom of a pond. Hearing that Boss Hogg plans to blame them anyway for a theft they didn't commit, the Duke boys haunt him and Coltrane with apparitions of the General Lee as a "ghost." NASCAR legend Cale Yarborough makes an appealing guest in a story about the development of a secret turbo charger and Hogg's effort to steal it, while Loretta Lynn turns up as herself in a damsel-in-distress tale, featuring the country superstar as a kidnapped hostage. "Witness for the Persecution" introduces a recurring theme on Dukes: Occasions in which the vile Hogg must be protected from his enemies by hiding out with (gasp) the Dukes. The best of The Complete Second Season, however, may be "Days of Shine and Roses," in which Hogg and Uncle Jesse, after watching a film of their old moonshine-delivery exploits with the Ridge Runners Association, get into an argument about who was best and decide to resolve the question with a grudge race. Special features include Wopat and Schneider's screen tests, and a documentary about the Dukes' 25th anniversary festival in Tennessee, featuring series stars and stunt drivers. --Tom Keogh

Special Features

  • 23 episodes on four discs
  • Extreme Hazzard: documentary gallery covering the 25th anniversary festival and featuring series stars, stunt drivers, and fans
  • John Schneider and Tom Wopat screen tests

Product Details

  • Actors: Tom Wopat, John Schneider, Catherine Bach, Denver Pyle, James Best
  • Producers: Paul R. Picard
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • 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: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: December 5, 2006
  • Run Time: 1133 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006BAWR4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,626 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Dukes of Hazzard: Season 2" on IMDb

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The Dukes of Hazzard aired from January 26, 1979 to August 16, 1985 for a total of 7 seasons and 145 episodes.

Season 2 contain 23 episodes originally aired as follows:

#14. Days of Shine and Roses (September 21,1979)
#15. Gold Fever (September 28,1979)
#16. The Rustlers (October 5,1979)
#17. The Meeting (October 12,1979)
#18. Road Pirates (October 19,1979)
#19. The Ghost of General Lee (October 26,1979)
#20. The Dukes Meet Cale Yarborough (November 2,1979)
#21. Hazzard Connection (November 9,1979)
#22. Witness for the Persecution (November 16,1979)
#23. Granny Annie (November 23,1979)
#24. People's Choice (November 30,1979)
#25. Arrest Jesse Duke (December 14,1979)
#26. Duke of Duke (January 4,1980)
#27. The Runaway (January 11,1980)
#28. Follow That Still (January 18,1980)
#29. Treasure of Hazzard (January 25,1980)
#30. Officer Daisy Duke (February 1,1980)
#31. Find Loretta Lynn (February 8,1980)
#32. Jude Emery (February 15,1980)
#33. Return of the Ridgerraiders (February 22,1980)
#34. Mason Dixon's Girls (February 29,1980)
#35. R.I.P. Henry Flatt (March 14,1980)
#36. Southern Comfurts (March 21,1980)

Five seasons and a total of 109 episodes remains until we all have the full collection. Plus, I would like to see the CBS (120 Minutes) MADE-FOR-TELEVISION MOVIE aired on: April 25, 1997 and the name of the movie is "The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion".

There is also the Enos and The Dukes Cartoon Series (November 12, 1980 - May 20, 1981) which I also would like to see released on DVD sets.
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It is very exciting to have the original series, "The Dukes of Hazzard" available on DVD after so many years. The shows absence on television, due largely to its contriversal "star" the confederate flag bearing General Lee, has been a generations long frustrations to fans of the series who grew up with the show as part of their childhood culture. The fact is, the show presents about as much racism as it does deep intellectual thought...this was a show about being a couple of "good ol' boys" fighting the system to help anyone they could. The show itself presented family values, the triumph of good over evil and more laughs and action than anything available on television today....and all without the crude (and often graphic) portrayals of drugs, sex and violence that is synonymous with todays media programming.

The central story surrounds Bo and Luke Duke, two cousins who are sent to live with their uncle Jessie and cousin Daisy after being placed on parole for running moonshine in a "dry" county. The boys, reckless and mischevous, go about the affairs of their family while trying to keep their noses clean, despite the best efforts of Boss Hogg and Sheriff Roscoe to bring them down. Hogg, Hazzard's "criminal mastermind" heads up the corrupt (but ever bumbling) police department, and is always scheming to bust the Duke boys for anything possible, since he, too, was a moon-shiner in competition with the Duke family.

Confused? Well, its hard to pack seven years of backstory into a couple short paragraphs. Let me say that this is a series for all ages...created in a time that was more innocent than the world of today. Boys will love the bright orange "01 General Lee" which is as much a leading member of the cast as is any of the actors themselves.
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Warner Brothers should be congratulated for their fantastic presentation with THE DUKES OF HAZZARD, SEASON 2.

The sound quality and picture are both crisp and clear, probably more so than when these episodes originally aired on CBS in 1979-1980. The packaging is absolutely superb...great pictures, some never before seen, and it includes a great 1979-era cast photo inside, and everyone is present, including Sonny Shroyer.

I really enjoyed the extra features as well: the screen tests for John Schneider and Tom Wopat were fascinating to see after all these years, and I hope more things like this see the light of day on future releases of the DUKES. The annual DukesFest celebration is also highlighted, and this coverage includes interviews and footage of original stars Shroyer (Enos), Catherine Bach (Daisy), Rick Hurst (Cletus), Ben Jones (Cooter) and James Best (Rosco), who were all guests at the DukesFest event. Footage of the event also includes a stunt show, profiles and pictures of individuals who own replicas of the General Lee, and even a hidden easter egg, showing the original cast clowning around with the crowd, led by Bach and Shooter Jennings, Waylon's son, who leads a sing-a-long of the DUKES theme.

Season 2 featured some of the DUKES OF HAZZARD's best episodes, including "Days of Shine and Roses," "People's Choice," "Granny Annie," "Find Loretta Lynn" and of course, "The Ghost of the General Lee," one of the best episodes of the entire series. A previous reviewer had a concern about "Carnival of Thrills" not being included here, but the episode did air in the third season, even though it was filmed late in the second. Photos that appear on the packaging of any TV on DVD set are usually not always just resigned to that particular season.
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