The Dukes of Hazzard

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The Dukes of Hazzard was an American action-comedy television series that aired on CBS from January 26, 1979, to February 8, 1985. The show aired for a total of 147 episodes spanning seven seasons. The series was inspired by the 1975 film Moonrunners,... read more
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The Dukes of Hazzard was an American action-comedy television series that aired on CBS from January 26, 1979, to February 8, 1985. The show aired for a total of 147 episodes spanning seven seasons. The series was inspired by the 1975 film Moonrunners, which was also created by Gy Waldron and had many identical or similar character names and concepts.

Original Release

01/26/1979 on CBS

US Release

01/26/1979

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Cast

Catherine Bach Daisy Duke
Tom Wopat Luke Duke
John Schneider Bo Duke
Sorrell Booke Boss Hogg
Parley Baer Doc Appleby
Jeff Altman Hughie Hogg
Charlie Dell Emery Potter
Christopher Mayer Vance Duke
Byron Cherry Coy Duke
Denver Pyle Uncle Jesse / Jesse Duke
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Happy Birthday, General Lee Friday, 21 September 1984
2 Welcome, Waylon Jennings Friday, 28 September 1984
3 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Duke Friday, 05 October 1984
4 Robot P. Coltrane Friday, 12 October 1984
5 No More Mr. Nice Guy Friday, 19 October 1984
6 The Dukes in Hollywood Friday, 02 November 1984
7 Cool Hands, Luke & Bo Friday, 09 November 1984
8 Go West, Young Dukes Friday, 16 November 1984
9 Cale Yarborough Comes to Hazzard Friday, 23 November 1984
10 Danger on the Hazzard Express Friday, 30 November 1984
11 Sittin' Dukes Friday, 14 December 1984
12 Sky Bandits over Hazzard Friday, 21 December 1984
13 The Haunting of J.D. Hogg Friday, 04 January 1985
14 When You Wish Upon a Hogg Friday, 11 January 1985
15 Strange Visitor to Hazzard Friday, 25 January 1985
16 Enos and Daisy's Wedding Friday, 01 February 1985
17 Opening Night at the Boar's Nest Friday, 08 February 1985
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Directors

Paul Baxley, Don McDougall, Hollingsworth Morse, Dick Moder, Denver Pyle, Rod Amateau, Jack Whitman, John Florea, Tom Wopat, Ralph Riskin, Michael Caffey, Bob Sweeney, Sorrell Booke, James Sheldon, James Best, Harvey S. Laidman, Bob Claver, George Bowers, William Asher, Jack Starrett, Bob Kelljan, John Schneider, Ron Satlof, Hy Averback, Arthur Marks, Bernard McEveety, Allen Baron, Ernest Pintoff, Gabrielle Beaumont, Mark Warren, Gy Waldron

Writers

Myles Wilder, Si Rose, William Raynor, Martin Roth, Bruce Howard, Len Kaufman, Gy Waldron, Jim Rogers, Michael Sevareid, Paul Savage, Leonard B. Kaufman, Michael Michaelian, Fred Freiberger, William Keys, Bruce A. Taylor, David R. Toddman, Calvin Kelly, John Schneider, Bob Clark, Michael Piller, Katharyn Powers, William Kelley, Herman Groves, Ron Friedman, Stephen Kandel, Simon Muntner, Kris Kincade, William Putman, Nance McCormick, Harvey S. Laidman

Creators

Gy Waldron

Cast

Catherine Bach Daisy Duke
Tom Wopat Luke Duke
John Schneider Bo Duke
Sorrell Booke Boss Hogg
Parley Baer Doc Appleby
Jeff Altman Hughie Hogg
Charlie Dell Emery Potter
Christopher Mayer Vance Duke
Byron Cherry Coy Duke
Denver Pyle Uncle Jesse / Jesse Duke
Patrick Cranshaw Henry "Doc" Petticord
Waylon Jennings The Balladeer / Narrator
Ernie Lively B. Davenport
Ben Jones Cooter / Cooter Davenport
Lindsay Bloom Mabel Tillingham
James Best Sheriff Rosco Coltrane / Rosco P. Coltrane
Nedra Volz Miz (Emma) Tisdale
Don Pedro Colley "Big" Little
Sonny Shroyer Enos / Enos Strate
Rick Hurst Cletus Hogg

Producers

Editors

Howard Epstein, Craig Hibbs, Albert P. Wilson, Russell Livingstone, Jamie Caylor, Robert M. Ross, Ronald LaVine, Martin J. Bram, Asa Boyd Clark, Julie Caylor, Murray Jordan

1984EmmyOutstanding Individual Achievement - Costumers Nominated
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