The Dukes of Hazzard (1979–1985)
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Bo and Luke are hired by a corrupt used car dealer to repossess a Rolls Royce so that he can sell the car to Boss (who plans to give the car to his wife, Lulu, as a present). The job is ... See full summary »


Ron Satlof (as Ron Satloff)


Gy Waldron (creator), Bob Clark

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Episode cast overview:
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
Ben Jones ... Cooter
Waylon Jennings Waylon Jennings ... The Balladeer (voice)
Sonny Shroyer ... Enos
Larry Bishop ... Joey Sagalo
Judith Baldwin ... Female Criminal
Peggy Rea ... Lulu Hogg
Rod Amateau Rod Amateau ... Manny
Claude Humphrey Claude Humphrey ... Big John
Jerry Rushing Jerry Rushing ... Ace Parker


Bo and Luke are hired by a corrupt used car dealer to repossess a Rolls Royce so that he can sell the car to Boss (who plans to give the car to his wife, Lulu, as a present). The job is easier said than done, since the luxury car is owned by a gang of counterfeiters. Written by Brian Rathjen <>

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Action | Comedy






Release Date:

16 February 1979 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The "Richard Petty Race Car" Bo and Luke buy from Ace is actually "Lee 1", the first General Lee Charger that makes the first ever jump in the first episode. The car was later found and purchased. The car was so badly damaged from its jump, it was sold to someone else, who still had done nothing with it. It was sold once more before being completely restored by the new owner. See more »


When Bo trips the blonde woman, he's hiding behind a tree but, from her perspective, his entire profile would have been visible. He also doesn't trip her. His knee is protruding from behind the tree but his foot is neatly tucked in. So, she fell on her own. Also, as the camera pans out to reveal Luke, he's standing completely out in the open among tall weeds that were no where near thick enough to hide him from her sight. See more »

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There's still justice in Hazzard County
7 October 2016 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

'Repo Men' has that nice easy-going vibe that's characteristic of the earliest episodes, and that fits well with how this series started off. But it doesn't last very long, as the Duke boys get mixed up in a hot car scheme (which Boss has a hand in, 'natch), and run afoul of some counterfeiters from out of town. A lot goes down here, including a demolition derby with a cobbled-together wreck car (Dukes goes "Goldfinger"!), and our heroes very nearly end up in prison due to an aggressive push by a corrupt system. Roscoe's not all that likable here, despite an impassioned justification of his dirty tactics. But one good double-cross deserves another, and Jesse swoops in and straightens everything out. The good go free, the bad deal with it, and goodness still prevails in the end.

Well paced, and a good example of Bo and Luke getting in over their heads.


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