The Dukes of Hazzard (1979–1985)
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Daisy's Song 

Daisy learns that Jessi Colter has recorded a song she wrote. One problem: Where's the royalties she's due? That's what Bo and Luke try to find out as they infiltrate Hazzard County Commissioner "Boss" J.D. Hogg's record piracy operation.

Director:

Bob Kelljan

Writers:

Gy Waldron (creator), Gy Waldron
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Wopat ... Luke Duke
John Schneider ... Bo Duke
Catherine Bach ... Daisy Duke
Denver Pyle ... Uncle Jesse
James Best ... Sheriff Rosco Coltrane
Sorrell Booke ... Boss Hogg
Waylon Jennings Waylon Jennings ... The Balladeer (voice)
Ben Jones ... Cooter
Sonny Shroyer ... Enos
Ronnie Schell ... Lester Starr
Ginny Parker Ginny Parker ... Mabel
Clayton Landey ... Max
Terry Browning Terry Browning ... Ruby
Candy Bleick Candy Bleick ... Dodie
Wallace Merck ... Jojo
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Storyline

Daisy learns that Jessi Colter has recorded a song she wrote. One problem: Where's the royalties she's due? That's what Bo and Luke try to find out as they infiltrate Hazzard County Commissioner "Boss" J.D. Hogg's record piracy operation.

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Genres:

Action | Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 1979 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The very first Mellow Mushroom pizza restaurant location can be seen early on, when the boys head to downtown Atlanta to confront the recording studio owner. The Spring Street restaurant can be clearly seen behind Bo Duke as the boys and Daisy talk outside the studio across the street. While the restaurant and other buildings have since been replaced by a huge parking garage, the "studio" building at 1200 Spring Street can still be seen on Google Maps. See more »

Goofs

The Feds' pale blue Ford Grenada turns on its backup-lights right after the General Lee backs off from having rear-ended it, yet the driver of the Ford only shifts into reverse after the G.L. has driven away again. See more »

Connections

References Smokey and the Bandit (1977) See more »

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Righting wrongs the right way: with explosives.
7 October 2016 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

That title pretty much says it all: this is Daisy's story - well, not solely, she's still a background player in all that goes down here. 'Daisy's Song' has the Duke boys traveling to Atlanta to foil a music piracy operation (the only reason they're involved is because this particular outfit bilked Daisy out of royalties for her song). And seeing the General Lee in the big city is nice. It's kinda bananas from there; three car chases, a foot pursuit that feels like a Benny Hill routine, the Feds and even Boss Hogg pulling the strings. Were it not for a couple of scenes in which Catherine Bach summons her tender side, it'd be basic "Dukes" all the way.

Although, Bo and Luke do get to use dynamite arrows and blow stuff up real good! 6/10


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