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Special #7: Ropers vs. Angie; Waltons vs. Dukes of Hazzard 

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Dawson ... Himself - Host
Audra Lindley ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant
Norman Fell ... Himself - Celebrity Contestant
Patty McCormack ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant (as Patricia McCormack)
Jeffrey Tambor ... Himself - Celebrity Contestant
Lois Hamilton ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant (as Lois Areno)
Donna Pescow ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant
Debralee Scott ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant
Robert Hays ... Himself - Celebrity Contestant
Sharon Spelman ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant
Doris Roberts ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant
Judy Norton ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant (as Judy Norton-Taylor)
Jon Walmsley ... Himself - Celebrity Contestant
Mary Beth McDonough ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant (as Mary McDonough)
Kami Cotler ... Herself - Celebrity Contestant
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1979 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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"Dukes of Hazzard vs. The Waltons" was a fine second part of the "All-Star Family Feud" special
11 September 2010 | by tavmSee all my reviews

What I'm reviewing here is the second part of an "All-Star Family Feud" special of which the first part featured the casts of "The Ropers" vs. that of "Angie". The "Angie" cast won Fast Money. Now it's "The Dukes of Hazzard" (Tom Wopat, Catherine Bach, Sorrell Booke, Denver Pyle, James Best) vs. "The Waltons" (Judy Norton-Taylor, Jon Walmsley, Mary McDonough, Kami Cotler, Eric Scott). When Richard Dawson goes to Catherine, he mentions them doing a special together and when he goes to Sorrell, he mentions the time they were both doing "The New Dick Van Dyke Show" (Yes, you read that right. There was another Van Dyke show with the word "new" added to the title. Didn't last long.) Anyway, another fine game resulted here. Oh, and I liked when Sorrell and Mary went to the board and blew kisses to each other before Richard asked his survey question. And how about when Jon planted one on the host himself! LOL! On Fast Money, Catherine did so great, Tom managed to get to 200 points on his second answer. Now, "The Dukes of Hazzard" go head-to-head with "Angie". I'm gonna watch that third part on YouTube right now...


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