Dukesfest 2008 Parade of General Lee's

Dukesfest 2008 Tom and John lead the parade of General Lee's

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DukesFest 2008 "Good Ol' Boys"
This is a DukesFest 2008 video I made using video me and my Dad took at DukesFest in Atlanta Georgia. It was the 30th anniversary of the show. John Schneider(Bo Duke), Tom Wopat(Luke Duke), Catherine Bach(Daisy Duke), Byron Cherry(Coy Duke), James Best(Rosco P. Coltrane), Sonny Shroyer(Enos Strate), Rick Hurst(Cletus Hogg), Ben Jones(Cooter Davenport), Don Pedro Colley(Sheriff Little), some of the original stuntmen, Adam West(Original Batman), and Lee Meriwether(Original Catwoman) came and signed autographes between those two day's at DukesFest. They jumped a Rosco Patrol car, wrecked Sheriff Little's Patrol car, and jumped the General Lee before the Parade of the General Lee's! The "Hazzard County Boys" sing this "Good Ol' Boys."





Resurrection of First General Lee with Bo Duke
the very first general lee restored , General Lee, driven by "BO" duke himself , John Schneider ,steve raw





General Lee jump at DukesFest in Bristol, TN
This clip is from The Dukes of Hazzard second season DVD set, as found in the bonus material on disc #4. This jump was 193 feet. A record at the time, it would later be broken by a General Lee jump at DukesFest in Nashville, TN. For more lore about DukesFest, Hazzard Homecoming, and babble about Dukes of Hazzard, visit us at http://www.hazzardnet.com/ and see our FAQ page and Forums.





Johnny Cash - General Lee
Johnny Cash - General Lee Dukes of Hazzard Soundtrack For everyone who thinks that Dukes of Hazzard wasted a lot of Chargers, think about this for a second. In 1968 and 1969 Chrysler produced about 180.000 Dodge Chargers. That's a hundred-and-eighty-THOUSAND! They used 321 of them on Dukes. That's less than 0.5%. Now with that in mind, think of how populair the Charger has become because of the show. There are still thousands of restored cars left all over the world. Cars that are preserved because the Charger has become so populair. Cars that otherwise would have rotten away in some junkyard in the last 44 years. So I think it's safe to say that Dukes of Hazzard was actually a GOOD thing to happen to Dodge's Charger.




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