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The Dukes of Hazzard: The Unofficial Companion

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Following in the successful wake of The Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres, The Dukes of Hazzard debuted in January 1979 and quickly became a staple of CBS-TV's Friday night lineup. With its wild mix of wacky car chases and spectacular vehicle wrecks, bumbling sheriffs, greedy politicians, and its rambunctious lead players (the Duke boys and curvaceous Daisy Duke), it's l...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published August 1st 1998)
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Sheryl Tribble
The first third of the book is a general overview, from inspiration (Moonrunners, not Smokey and the Bandit) to the (pre-1998) post-Dukes careers of some of those involved. Most of the rest is devoted to an extensive episode guide; there's a discussion of each season with a list of that season's cast and crew; then a plot summary and guest star list for every ep, along with occasional added commentary, highlights, notes, or trivia, covering everything from continuity to bits about guest actors t...more
Rama
Dukes of Hazard from a historical perspective

For many of us during 1970s and early 1980s, the highlight of the week was to watch this TV show on CBS. Like most fans, I enjoyed every second of this show and we owe this tremendous opportunity to a group of talented show creators on television, and crew and cast who did their jobs wonderfully. In this book the author narrates the story from a historical perspective. The book may be broadly classified into two sections; one, the history of making th...more
Diane ~Firefly~
Interesting read with some cool facts. Some of it was already available on Wikipedia, but this definitely went more in-depth. I didn't like how most of the pictures looked like they had a checkerboard pattern on them. About half the book is an in-depth episode guide that will tell you things like which episode James Best's daughter guest-starred in.
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It was a fun look back on the tv series. Alot of insights from the cast are included. The second half of the book is a very detailed episode guide.
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