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  1. Ok folks, here’s how the build is coming along, the photos are low quality due to max file sizes but you get the general idea! (No pun intended)
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  2. I get some dirt from industry speculators, and this rumor on Season 4 and the rest shouldn't be treated as anything more than that. Critics never dug the Dukes of Hazzard, and so there are some folk that doubt that the series is salable past the 4th season. But that's an opinion and not a fact. I personally think that as long as the DVD's keep selling, they'll keep releasing them.
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  3. fonzi242004

    MORE GREAT NEWS

    It's Short-Shorts, Fast Cars and Country Stars on CMT With the Return of 'THE DUKES OF HAZZARD' Series Friday January 14, 9:30 pm ET CMT Kicks Off an All-Dukes Weekend with a New Episode of CMT Inside Fame Featuring Original Stars John Schneider, Tom Wopat and Catherine Bach UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In 1979 the unmistakable voice of music legend Waylon Jennings introduced America, in both theme song and show narration, to Bo, Luke, and Daisy Duke, and a new pop culture phenomenon exploded onto TV sets across the nation. CMT brings back THE DUKES OF HAZZARD for a whole
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  4. This might be old news to everybody, so sorry if I'm rewriting what someone else wrote, but for weeks on end I've been watching reruns of the Dukes of Hazzard on Showcase Action. They've already gone through the season where it was Coy and Vance which is kinda where I tuned into it, and I think there now on season 7, they keep skippin' around a lot. Anyway, I get the channel (Showcase Action) through satellite, so I'm not to sure about the different time zones and channels on which you'd all get it. But if you'd like to check out the site, please go here: http://www.showcase.ca/action/series/
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  5. I've seen Bullit, Brian. Ah yes, with Steve McQueen, mmm mmmm mmmm! Sherly Crow has a song about him that pays tribute to that movie. Yeah, the chase sence is pretty intense. The end is not what I expected. Even tho' I'm not a Ford fan, that mustang is pretty sharp. *Humming* Like Steve McQueen, driving a fast machine... LOL Val
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  6. I agree, Inga. And for your amusement, just imagine the sight of KITT slamming into poor Herbie the Love Bug at about 180 miles an hour. WHAMMO!! *crash tinkle scrrreech* Of course, with KITT being the polite sort, he would issue an apology. "Pardon me. You obstructed my trajectory, and I did not detect you in the roadway." Then, KITT would run over the pieces and scatter them as far as possible... BAHAHAHAHA!!
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  7. Good article, Inga! Thanks for sharin'. I'm not surprised at the General Lee bein' number...01 on the list. Khee! Some of the other rankin's are subject to dee-bate. Seems they surveyed an older crowd; I'm sure most of y'all nevah seen "Bullit" . (That has one of the most famous car chase scenes in all o' movie history, but I'd question if the rest of the movie has anythin' goin' for it.) I'm surprised that KITT didn't make the list but Herbie the Love Bug did? Gah. At least the Bandit Trans Am made it on there. An' ya know, sooner or later, I expect a Chevy will make the famous list.
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