Boss has Artie Bender, the Rembrant of Hazzard County, declared legally dead so he can sell Bender's paintings at inflated prices. It works out well for Boss, since Bender is the only one ... See full summary »

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Waylon Jennings ...
The Balladeer (voice)
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Phil
James Cavan ...
Artie Bender
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Charles Hyman ...
Lenny (as Charles H. Hyman)
Ivor Barry ...
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Doc Appleby
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Boss has Artie Bender, the Rembrant of Hazzard County, declared legally dead so he can sell Bender's paintings at inflated prices. It works out well for Boss, since Bender is the only one who can clear Bo and Luke of armored car robbery charges. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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20 January 1984 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This episode contains a reference (harmonic played in the jail cell) to Escape To Witch Muntain, in which Denver Pyle also stars. See more »

Goofs

The repairs to the crooks' car (painting, dent-removal, and replacing a taillight) would have cost a lot more than the $20 that Cooter asks for, even back in the early '80's. See more »

Quotes

Bo Duke: You got it sorted out what the heck we're gonna do, what's gonna happen to us if we gonna take this rap?
Luke Duke: Well, you know that little shirt you got with a, the little alligator on it?
Bo Duke: Yeah?
Luke Duke: It's gonna have numbers on the back.
[laughs]
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References Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) See more »

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