CTVA US Adventure - "The Dukes Of Hazzard" (WB/LouStep/CBS)(1979-85)

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The Dukes Of Hazzard (1979-85)  -  Spin-Off series:  Enos (1980-81)
The Dukes Of Hazzard (1979-85)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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UCLA Film and Television Archive

Series Title (season 1) (CBS) (Early 1979)
Series Title (season 2) (CBS) (1979-1980)
Series Title (season 3) (CBS) (1980-1981)
Series Title (season 4) (CBS) (1981-1982)
Series Title (season 5) (CBS) (1982-1983)
Series Title (season 6) (CBS) (1983-1984)
Series Title (season 7) (CBS) (1984-1985)



 

Paul R. Picard Productions and Piggy Productions, Inc. (season 1)(eps 1-5)
Paul R. Picard production (season 1) (eps 6-13)
Lou Step production (seasons 2-7)
in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
for
CBS (Fridays)
Co-produced by Gy Waldron & Bill Kelley (season 1)(eps 1-5)
Co-Produced by Gy Waldron and Ralph Riskin (seasons 1)(eps 6-13)/ (season 2)(1979-80)
Produced by Myles Wilder & Ralph Riskin (seasons 3-6)(1980-84)
Senior Producer: Myles Wilder; Produced by Ralph Riskin and Skip Ward (season 7)(1984-85)

US Comedy-Adventure Series 1979-85 148 episodes x 60 min
(aired from: Jan 1979 to: Feb 1985)
Starring:
Tom Wopat as Luke Duke (all except season 5)
John Schneider as Bo Duke (all except season 5)
Catherine Bach as Daisy Duke
Denver Pyle as Uncle Jesse Duke
James Best as Sheriff Rosco Coltrane
Sorrell Booke as Jefferson Davis "Boss" Hogg
Featuring:
Sonny Shroyer as Deputy Enos Strate
Ben Jones as Cooter Davenport
Rick Hurst as Deputy Cletus Hogg (seasons 3-5)
Peggy Rhea as Lulu Hogg
Jeff Altman as Hughie Hogg
Jonathan Frakes as Jamie Lee Hogg
Byron Cherry as Coy Duke (season 5) (replaced Wopat/ Schneider for most of season 5)
Christopher Mayer as Vance Duke (season 5) (replaced Wopat/ Schneider for most of season 5)
Nedra Voltz as Miss Emma Tisdale (season 4-5)
Don Pedro Colley as Sheriff Little (season 4-6)
Lila Kent as Laverne (season 4-7)
Charlie Dell as Emery Potter (season 4-7)
Kim Richards as Nancy Lou
Mallie Jackson as Peggie
Cindy Acker as Sam
George Murdock as Big Jim



Theme Song "Good Ol' Boys" composed and sung by Waylon Jennings as The Balladeer
Music by Fred Werner

Premise:
Hour long Comedy-Adventure series telling the tale of the fast-driving, fun-loving cousins of the
Duke clan who lived in Southern Hazzard County and who spent their time outwitting Hazzard's buffoonish
political boss and his inept lawmen.

Background:
Tom Wopat & John Schneider sat out most of season 5 in a dispute over merchandising
and were replaced for most of season 5 by Byron Cherry as Coy & Christopher Mayer as Vance

Spin-off series;-  Enos (1980-81) starring Sonny Shroyer as Deputy Enos Strate
and "The Dukes", a Saturday-Morning Cartoon show.

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