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Yee-haw! The '70s TV show jumps (literally!) onto the big screen. Good ole Georgia boys, moonshinin' cousins Bo (Scott) and Luke (Knoxville) Duke try to keep their Hazzard County family farm from corrupt county commissioner Boss Hogg (Reynolds), with the help of Uncle Jessie (Nelson), Daisy (Simpson), and Cooter (Koechner). But then, you knew that, because that was the plot of every episode. This version is a little less lighthearted, but it is funny (thanks to script doctoring by the Broken Lizard troupe), and doesn't take itself as seriously as the show. What it does take seriously are the car chases and stunts, which show off the General Lee, the Dukes' beloved 1969 Dodge Charger, to great effect. If you were a fan then, especially of the General, you'll be pleased. If not, you're probably wondering why they bothered at all.

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Available on Running time 105 minutes. Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Adapted from Television, American South, Cousins, Small-Town Sheriffs, Motor Vehicle Dept., Farm Livin', Aunts & Uncles, Nieces & Nephews, Atlanta, Checkered Flag
Jay Chandrasekhar, Jonathan Davis
Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, Burt Reynolds, Willie Nelson, M.C. Gainey, Michael Weston, Lynda Carter, David Koechner, Jessica Simpson, Jack Polick, Steve Lemme, Michael Roof, Nikki Griffin, Alice Greczyn, James Roday, Kevin Heffernan, Joe Don Baker, Jacqui Maxwell
Lawrence Sher
Jay Chandrasekhar
Nathan Barr
David Alvarez, Nic Harcourt, Lee Haxall, Chris Cornwell, Genevieve Tyrrell, Jon Gary Steele
Bill Gerber, Bill Gerber, Warner Bros.

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The Dukes of Hazzard
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I never watched the show but I liked the movie. Bo and Luke are hotties and southern boys. They are cousins who always find themselves getting into trouble. The boys help their uncle Jessie run a Moonshine business and the Sheriff is always trying to catch them in the act. Bo and Luke drive recklessly around in their sports car they named General Lee. Meanwhile, A corrupt local county commissioner doesn’t care for the Dukes and want to evict them from their farm. So Bo and Luke come up with a plan to save their farm. At one point they end up in jail, then escape in a car chase from the cops! The commissioner’s scheme doesn’t fall through and the Dukes get to keep their farm in the end.