Starring: Catherine Bach, John Schneider, Ben Jones, Denver Pyle, James Best, Sonny Shroyer, Sorrell Booke, Tom Wopat, Waylon Jennings
Jump in the General Lee (through the window, of course), hang on, and get ready to ride! The Dukes return for a sixth season of wily schemes, purty gals, down-home humor and back-road thrills that, as folks in Hazzard County say, will quiver your liver. This season, look for twice the Hazzard hijinks: two Flashes (for double the fun), two Roscos (for double the dumb) and identical twin Souther belles (for double the gal trouble). And every episode includes two good ol'boys, Bo and Luke, for double the lickety-quick action. Add Daisy, Uncle Jesse, Boss Hogg, Enos and Cooter and you have more good times than a hound dog in a T-bone steak patch. Episodes include: Disc 1: Side A: Episode 1: "Lulu's Gone Away" - Hoggnapped! When Boss's beloved Lulu is abducted, Bo and Luke are on the case. Episode 2: "A Baby For The Dukes" - Two men and a baby. The boys play papa to a pint-sized stowaway they discover in the General Lee. Episode 3: "Too Many Roscos" - The suavest master criminal in Hazzard is...Rosco?! A lookalike thief is a heap o'trouble for the sheriff. Side B: Episode 4: "Brotherly Love" - Luke's long-lost kid brother comes to town, one step ahead of gamblers with a score to settle. Episode 5: "The Boar's Nest Bears" - Hoops, Hazzard style. Bo and Luke reckon they can turn a no-account basketball team into champs. Episode 6: "Boss Behind Bars" - Boss is madder than a Hogg in a hoosegow when Rosco snaps his mug shot and slams the jailhouse door. Disc 2: Side A: Episode 7: "A Boy's Best Friend" - It's doggoned fun when the Dukes give an orphan a basset hound. But dognappers are tailing the pup. Episode 8: "Targets: Daisy And Lulu" - Diamonds aren't a girl's best friend when Daisy and Lulu get the wrong suitcase, packed with hot ice. Episode 9: "Twin Trouble" - What are you doin' with my gal? Identical twin cuties (and thieves!) use the Dukes to cook up an alibi. Side B: Episode 10: "Enos's Last Chance" - Folks in Hazzard are as antsy as a church picnic when and escaped killer comes looking for Enos. Episode 11: "High Flyin' Dukes" - Crop-dusting Daisy earns her wings. But a low-down skunk (could it be Boss Hogg?) doctored the dust. Episode 12: "Cooter's Girl" - A beautiful Dixie darlin' visits Hazard. Watch your p's and q's, Dukes - she's Cooter's daughter! Disc 3: Side A: Episode 13: "Heiress Daisy Duke" - Daisy is mistaken for a tycoon's granddaughter. And where there's money, there's Boss Hogg at the trough. Episode 14: "Dead And Alive" - The artful codger. It's not a pretty picture when Boss schemes to make big bucks off a penniless painter. Episode 15: "Play It Again, Luke" - They'll always have Hazzard. When his ex-girlfriend is in danger, Luke comes to the rescue. Side B: Episode 16: "Undercover Dukes Part 1" - Lifes' gooder than grits when the Dukes hit the NASCAR circuit, working undercover for Uncle Sam. Episode 17: "Undercover Dukes Part 2" - They take their moonshine shaken, not stirred. Secret agents Bo and Luke close in on a crime lord. Episode 18: "How To Succeed In Hazzard" - Dewey, Cheatem and Howe. Dewey Hogg, the slickest scoundrel in Georgia, is back with a new swindle. Disc 4: Side A: Episode 19: "Close Call For Daisy" - She's got their number. A little black book of mobsters' names and addresses falls into Daisy's hands. Episode 20: "The Ransom Of Hazzard County" - The apprentice. Riled over Enos's honesty, Boss hires a deputy who's crookeder than a switchback road. Episode 21: "The Fortune Tellers" - Hocus pocus, y'all. A couple of phony seers figure in Boss Hogg's latest flim-flam scam. Side B: Episode 22: "Cooter's Confession" - Cooter didn't hijack that truckload of auto parts, so why'd he say "I did it?" The Dukes reckon to find out.
Featurettes, 9-Dual Layer.
|Studio Name:||Warner Home Video|
|DVD Release Date:||08/26/2014|
|Screen Format:||Full Frame|
|Run Time (in minutes):||1061 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital Mono|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.25|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||7.8 x 7.8 x 7.8|