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The Dukes of Hazzard Season Four

The down-home craziness continues with the Duke boys on DVD in The Dukes of Hazzard season four: The Complete Fourth Season! Following the phenomenal success of the TV franchise on DVD, Season Four's release will precede the much-anticipated theatrical release staring Jessica Simpson, Johnny Knoxville and Sean Scott Williams. All roads lead to fun in this 27-episode, 9-disc collector's set, with special features including an inside look at the series with John Schneider, Cathering Bach, Tom Wopat and Creator Gy Waldron!

Season Four

The Dukes of Hazzard: The Complete season four finds the redneck comedy down to a fine science almost comforting in its predictability. Cousins Bo (John Schneider) and Luke (Tom Wopat) still raise hell with the General Lee in rural Hazzard County (and still have no visible means of financial support). Daisy Duke (Catherine Bach) is still the picture of wildflower innocence despite her tomboyish temper and barely legal short-shorts. Uncle Jesse Duke (Denver Pyle) still basks in righteous anger at longtime enemy (and fellow former moonshiner) Jefferson Davis "Boss" Hogg (Sorrell Booke), the latter an unrepentant schemer for whom every living thing seems an obstacle in his quest for vast (and unethically acquired) wealth. As sure as the sun rises every day, any scene involving Boss Hogg and the idiotic Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane (James Best) will be played for maximum slapstick-cartoonish energy, all the better if dimwitted Deputy Cletus (Rick Hurst) becomes entangled in their shtick.

Season highlights include "Mrs. Daisy Hogg," with guest star Jonathan Frakes--destined to play Commander William T. Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation (please note that Dukes' executive producer is one Paul R. Picard)--as a counterfeiter who falls for, and thus endangers, poor Daisy. "Double Dukes" finds Boss Hogg hiring two thugs to disguise themselves as Bo and Luke, but the real fun with this episode is a recent commentary track (optionally chosen via special features) with Wopat, Schneider, and Bach kidding around and reminiscing like naughty siblings. "Diamonds in the Rough," directed by James Best, concerns out-of-town gangsters searching for stolen diamonds stuffed in a Bugs Bunny toy that made its way from the Dukes' hands to Boss Hogg's Cadillac to Roscoe's hound. "Ten Million Dollar Sheriff" is a two-parter in which Roscoe inherits a load of money, and--for a time--becomes a kingpin even more dangerous than Boss Hogg. Comedian Jeff Altman makes a comeback as master-of-disguise villain Hughie Hogg, who implements grand plans to eliminate the Dukes and salt-of-the-earth tow truck driver Cooter Davenport (Ben Jones). Sprinkled throughout the season are musical performances by Buck Owens, Mickey Gilley, and other country artists. --Tom Keogh

DVD Features:
Audio Commentary


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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars Still on Top, Ranking 6th among the best 30 TV Shows, May 29, 2005
By Metch -

This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard - The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)
The Dukes of Hazzard is still one of the best shows on TV Ranking 6th by audience size.

Season Four consisted of 26 episodes and they are as follows:
#59 "Mrs. Daisy Hogg" (October 9, 1981)
#60 "Double Dukes" (October 16, 1981)
#61 "Diamonds in the Rough" (October 23, 1981)
#62 "Coltrane vs. Duke" (October 30, 1981)
#63 "The Fugitive" (November 3, 1981)
#64 "The Great Bank Robbery" (November 6, 1981)
#65 "Sadie Hogg Day" (November 13, 1981)
#66 "The 10 Million Dollar Sheriff" (November 20, 1981)
#67 "Trouble at Cooter's" (November 27, 1981)
#68 "Goodbye, General Lee" (December 4, 1981)
#69 "Cletus Falls in Love" (December 11, 1981)
#70 "Hughie Hogg Strikes Again" (December 18, 1981)
#71 "Dukescam Scam" (January 1, 1982)
#72 "The Sound of Music-Hazzard Style" (January 8, 1982)
#73 "Shine On Hazzard Moon" (January 15, 1982)
#74 "Pin the Tail on the Dukes" (January 22, 1982)
#75 "Miz Tisdale on the Lam" (January 29, 1982)
#76 "Nothin' But the Truth" (February 5, 1982)
#77 "Dear Diary" (February 12, 1982)
#78 "New Deputy in Town" (February 19, 1982)
#79 "Birds Gotta Fly" (February 26, 1982)
#80 "Bad Day in Hazzard" (March 5, 1982)
#81 "Miss Tri-Counties" (March 12, 1982)
#82 "Share and Share Alike" (March 19, 1982)
#83 "The Law and Jesse Duke" (March 26, 1982)
#84 "Dukes in Danger" (April 2, 1982)

I can not believe that this is happing so wonderfully fast, only Three Seasons remaining and only 61 episodes out of the total 145 episodes. Fantastic.

15 of 17 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars DUKES season sets keep on coming!, May 28, 2005
By DukesFan01

This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard - The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)
It is with great thanks to Warner Brothers, who has released three season sets of the DUKES OF HAZZARD in one year (2005) alone, for providing the fans with these DVDs at such a rapid pace. It is with great hope that Seasons 5 - 7 are released just as quickly, along with the reunion movies, the "Enos" series and the "Dukes of Hazzard" cartoon series.

Season 4, as with all the DUKES releases, are of the utmost quality...clear picture, great sound and awesome packaging! I truly believe that the DUKES sets are the best packaged TV on DVD sets that I own. There are 9 single-sided discs here, each with a picture of a cast member or the General Lee on them!

The extra features are great...I was laughing along with John Schneider, Tom Wopat and Catherine Bach during their commentary for the episode "Double Dukes." Great stuff! The featurette is nicely done as well, with more interviews of the cast and series creator Gy Waldron. But man, Tom Wopat wasn't too friendly when speaking of the Coy and Vance characters who replaced him and Schneider shortly during the 5th season!

Season 4 is another great collection of episodes. I began to look over the episode list for this season and found there are too many highlights to mention. This season came at the height of DUKES-mania, and I never tire of watching it. It's great fun, clean and harmless. I enjoyed it as a child and still enjoy it in my late '20s!

It's also great to see Boss Hogg on the cover...let's hope more cast members make the cover of the box in future releases.

Greatly awaiting Seasons 5 through 7. Thanks, Warner!

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank You Warner Brothers, June 7, 2005
By G. Brewer -

This review is from: The Dukes of Hazzard - The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)
Thank you Warner Brothers for releasing one of the most fun to watch shows in the history of television. I have all three seasons to date and the two movies when they came out on video. It is refreshing to be able to watch a show such as this without all of the colorful language that many of today's TV shows seem to possess for one reason or another. I look forward to seeing the upcoming release dates of seasons 5 to 7 and I do hope that Enos the complete series is not too far behind. The Dukes of Hazzard is one show that one never gets tired of watching and the word "boring" is not in this show's vocabulary. I also own the complete cartoon series (The Dukes) and it is just as fun to watch as the live action series. Again, THANK YOU WARNER BROTHERS for a suberb job well done.

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