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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 ... Self - Host
Audra Lindley ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Norman Fell ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Patty McCormack ... Self - Celebrity Contestant (as Patricia McCormack)
Jeffrey Tambor ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Lois Hamilton ... Self - Celebrity Contestant (as Lois Areno)
Donna Pescow ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Debralee Scott ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Robert Hays ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Sharon Spelman ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Doris Roberts ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Judy Norton ... Self - Celebrity Contestant (as Judy Norton-Taylor)
Jon Walmsley ... Self - Celebrity Contestant
Mary Beth McDonough ... Self - Celebrity Contestant (as Mary McDonough)
Kami Cotler ... Self - Celebrity Contestant


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"Dukes of Hazzard vs. Angie" was the third and last part of an "All-Star Family Feud" special I just watched on YouTube
11 September 2010 | by tavmSee all my reviews

Here it is! The third and last part of an "All-Star Family Feud" special. In the first part, it was "The Ropers" vs. "Angie" with the latter cast making it to Fast Money. In the second part, it was "The Dukes of Hazzard" vs. "The Waltons" with the former making it to Fast Money. Now, "Angie" and "The Dukes" go head-to-head with just this one survey question: "Name a superstition". Among the replies that got a strike-Catherine Bach's "breaking a mirror" (Yeah, I couldn't believe it either) and James Best's "whistling in the dressing room" (Richard Dawson explains to the audience this is one for actors like him). Anyway, those Dukes strike out so the answer Angie herself, Donna Pescow, gives is enough to once again go to Fast Money. Debralee Scott is once again first with Robert Hays picked for second. But something wonderful happens. Ms. Scott reaches past 200 points by herself with only the first of her replies not being the No. 1 answer. She's so excited she kisses Richard constantly (which she had been doing the whole show)! She also mentioned how happy her mother was also kissing Richard, uh, going to the show. And so as the show closes, before presenting the trophies to the "Angie" cast, Richard tells Debralee that she's only the fourth person-and the first celebrity-to get 200 on FM. With all that said, I have to say, I'm so glad to have finally seen and reviewed an entire hour-long episode of the "All-Star Family Feud" even with the three separate entries listed here on IMDb. I've just had such a good time watching and writing these comments on what I now know is my favorite game show of all time. So on that note, watch this space for more further reviews of episodes of "Family Feud"...

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1979 (USA) See more »

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