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Ron James wrote on February 11, 2022
I was 27 when the show first hit the airwaves. I was delighted with it because I was a huge MoPar fan and thought that finally a car like the Charger was prominently featured in a TV show. Still love reading tidbits of info about the show. Best of luck to you John in your endeavors ...
Andrew Desautels from Tucson, Arizona, USA wrote on June 16, 2021
Thank you for your heartfelt tribute to a wonderful show from our childhood! Regarding Daisy's car(s), I've been researching them for a building project of mine and would like to offer the following info: 1) Her original car was actually a 1974 Roadrunner. It was used through the 9th Episode ("Limo One is Missing"). However, it was only seen in five of the 9 episodes. so although the total is five, rumors that it was only used in the 5 Georgia episodes is false. 2) The second car was actually a 1971 Satellite Sebring, very subtly different from a Roadrunner. In the episode "The Runaway," the "Satellite" script is briefly visible on the dashboard twice during chase scenes. Additionally, it seems the '74 Roadrunner was painted in standard factory color "Yellow Blaze." This color was not factory standard for the '71 Satellite, so it appears the Warner Bros crews painted the 71 in the colors of the 74 in hopes that nobody would notice. We did. Thanks again for this tribute!
Ernie Evans from Covington, Ga wrote on May 4, 2021
I love your website. My uncle was the one that started it all, he was the one who put the General Lee together and made it what it is to day. Go to his interview He would been so proud to see what he had put together years ago from Warner Bros. I miss him dearly. I owned one of the original General Lee's when they retired some of them and left Ga. I wish that I would not have ever sold it. I was only 16 at the time. Crazy me.
Michael Dobson from Palm Bay Florida wrote on April 29, 2021
My all time favorite show growing up in Arkansas as a kid. Watched every episode, learned lots of lessons about life from the show. I still binge watch the Dukes of Hazzard still today. Learned that the jumps are harder on vehicles than the show makes out at a young age. LOL Decided to jump my truck and lost all the headers and exhaust afterwards. LOL But still fun to do!
Marty Dobbs from Cleveland TN wrote on February 2, 2021
Love your website. I have been a huge fan since watching the first episode. The General Lee will always be my favorite TV/Movie Car. I just recently attended two dukes events over the past couple of years including The Good Ol'Boys fest in Virginia.I am amazed by the large fan base that is still present. Yee Ha!
Steve Mason from Columbus, Ohio wrote on August 14, 2020
This is a really cool site and congrats for publishing it. This has to be one of the best TV series to ever hit the air waves. I was in my late 20s when it aired and was a serious Grease Monkey Gear Head that loved the muscle cars. My sons came into the world in the early 80s and quickly fell in love with the Dukes. We had General Lee pedal cars, lunch boxes, General Lee models of all scales, Dukes action figures,play sets, games, drinking cups, and much more. Our house could have been a Duke's Museum. They were hooked severely on the Dukes and General Lee. We recorded about every episode on the old VHS tapes and watched them over and over until they wouldn't play no more. Finding your website sure brought back some seriously fond memories and I do thank you!!!
Betty L Krueger from Baraboo wrote on July 25, 2020
I watched the show when it first aired and now have been watching reruns of it on PLEX. , Tom grew up in Lodi, WI few miles from my town, He gave concerts at our theatre and was Grand Marshal at our Yearly Circus Parade, One of the best shows on tv,,,I just wish they'd have shot more episodes than the ones they did but I never tire watching the shows. Wish they'd have done a reunoin show a few yrs later.
Scott from Hibbing, MN wrote on June 30, 2020
The Dukes of Hazzard, Best show of all time. I was five years old when I started watching it and it was an important part of my childhood. I enjoy it now and I always look back on that time with good memories. Thank you for putting together this great website!
James Muntz from GLEN AIRE (Great Ocean Road AUSTRALIA) wrote on May 4, 2020
Thanks Alma for a great site and for the memories that I loved as a teenager. I love the fact that a Dutchman is running a Dukes of Hazzard tribute page! Another example of the global pervasiveness of US TV and Movies! I was surprised that the "Boars Nest" Bar is now a Church. If it was still the Boars Nest complete with Dukes of Hazzard memorabilia, surely there would be enough sentimental customers to make it quite profitable. Heck, some Southern rednecks would have their wedding there! And you, Alma, could provide the wedding car !! Cheers, James
Rick DeJong from Ontario, Canada wrote on April 13, 2020
I just came across your video from Cooter's Last Stand & Georgia Filming Locations 2017 & your website. Awesome video & website. I was there too in 2017. I was able to visit the locations when the Dukes Reunion was in Atlanta Georgia but didn't see as much as you. Hope to do that again with my younger boys. Hope to go to Bo's Extravaganza in July. We all Love the Dukes. I just need a General Lee.
Joe from Montreal wrote on April 3, 2020
I have a stunning 1969 General Lee For Sale if someone is interested just write back, thanks Joe //
Raúl Fernando Castillo from Cordoba wrote on March 3, 2020
I loved the show from the first episode to the last, and the part that I most loved was when the General Lee flew! I visited the Cooter's Place in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in 2014 and was great and incredible! Greetings from Córdoba, Argentina.
Kevin from Newport wrote on February 8, 2020
John Schneider now actually has been uploading various of videos explaining the show, the General Lee that he now owns and answering questions from fans from all over. It's on his YouTube channel . Just go to YouTube John Schneider. Hope you all enjoy.
Roger Hildebrand from Cincinnati, Ohio wrote on January 3, 2020
Loved the show since the beginning, the cast was brilliant and the car phenominal.
Robert from Conyers wrote on January 3, 2020
I still like them Dukes Of Hazzard & I've got the 7 Season DVDS of The Dukes Of Hazzard so that I can watch them at anytime that I want to.
Tracey duke from Rougemont wrote on September 20, 2019
We all love them dukes so yall located in the USA at 4647 Helena Moriah rd Rougemont NC 27572 we built a Dukes of Hazzard museum themed as the Boars Nest ,you can find more information at our facebook page Tracey Duke or just google up Dukes of Hazzard NC that way you can see all the media of our museum
Mark Osko from Avon wrote on May 11, 2019
I was a fan of Dukes of Hazzard from season 3 - 7. I really enjoyed all of the episodes and all of the characters that performed for the show. The greatest scenes were all of the General Lee car jumps with the yy-eeeee-hhhh-aaaa during it. Wished they could have made a couple of more movies. Wish we could see one final ending to the show.
Richard from Brunswick, Georgia USA wrote on February 28, 2019
Great website! I am amazed you could locate and find actual Georgia filming locations especially since the Atlanta area has grown so much.
Syl Ulrich from House Springs wrote on February 16, 2019
This website is the best. My mom and I are planning on having a DOH road trip this June (2019). Super excited!!!!
Brian Potenziano from Vestal, NY wrote on January 20, 2019
Just wanted to send you a HUGE thank you!! Without this website and your help I never would have been to visit ‘Hazzard County’. I actually rented a new Corvette to hit all the locations with style. LOL I’ll send you my pics and again, from the very bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!!!!!!