"Episode Title: The Ghost of the General Lee
Bo and Luke are skinny-dipping in a local pond when two pool hustlers steal both the cousins' clothing 'and' the General Lee.
Episode Title: The Hazzardville Horror
Bo and Luke come to the aid of beautiful Mary Lou Pringle, who is trying to sell her family's estate but cannot due to rumors that the mansion is haunted...
"This show was inspired by a low-budget, drive in movie from 1975, Moonrunners.
The movie featured Jim Mitchum and Keil Martin as a couple of moonshine runners that deliver for their Uncle Jesse, played by character actor Arthur Hunnicutt.
Moonrunners was based on the experiences of ex-moonshiner, Jerry Rushing, who had a small role as a bad guy at The Boar's Nest bar.
The movie, like the series, is narrated by Waylon Jennings, credited as "The Balladeer".
The two cousins delivery Uncle Jesse'"
"This show was the cause of the death and demolition of more 1969 Dodge Chargers than any other single source. They had a fleet of them, but in our hearts there was only one General Lee, and it was invincible.
The show was also responsible for introducing the public to the 'Daisy Duke'.
Wasn't that passenger door supposed to have been welded shut?"
Jamie M. added this to a list 2 years, 1 month ago
"Roscoe P. Coltrane
Then again, pretty much all of the cops, in Hazzard County , are not all that bright.
Bo and Luke, need no help making them look incompetent, they are doing ok on their own, thank you very much. "
"I thought this was the coolest way to get into a car & hounded my parents to let me try it...
Apparently I never missed an episode of this show, and yet I can't remember anything specific. I know I had the soundtrack on cassette & toys of the Duke brothers & the General Lee. I'm sure I liked it because of the car stunts."
“This was Friday nights growing up. We'd play outside until it was almost dark, then come in, get cleaned up, and watch the Dukes of Hazzard. Our parents knew this was even more of a bargaining chip than dessert, and we were on our best behavior to be sure we could watch it.
It's great watching again after 15+ years, and catching all the jokes we missed because we didn't get them...” read more