Roth Potter got a reaction from Hobie Hartkins in How often did non-dukes drive the general?
Good shout Hobie!
So we have:
Rosco in ? Cooter in 'Cooter's Girl' (Pretty sure he jumped it to get to an airfield in a later episode too?) Neil Bishop illegally in 'The Big Heist' Andy Slocum illegally in 'Big Brothers, Duke' Ernie and Phil illegally in 'The Ghost of General Lee' First one that came to my mind was
Tom Colt illegally in 'Double Sting'
Roth Potter reacted to HossC in Which episodes have both cletus & enos?
Rick mainly filled in while Sonny was making Dukes spin-off 'Enos', so although they both appeared in many episodes, not many overlap.
Here's my quick list:
'Money to Burn'
'Enos Strate to the Top'
'The New Dukes'
'Dukes Strike it Rich'
'Lawman of the Year'
'Coy Meets Girl'
And both the TV movies:
'The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!'
'The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood'
Sonny is in the credits of 'The Meeting' and 'Road Pirates', but does not appear in the episodes.
Rick's first couple of appearances were as 'Cousin Cletus' rather than as a deputy.
Roth Potter reacted to Meadowmufn in Meadow Muffn'
Sorry guys. I've been very sick. My Hashimoto's has been flaring (mostly due to job stress) and I've been sleeping about 16 hours a day. Very little energy for anything other than working. I appreciate all of you keeping this place going.
I'm in the process of looking for another job because I can't keep going on like this.
Roth Potter reacted to HossC in Why wasn’t The General Lee on S1 Ep.3?
Welcome to HNet, GigGuy.
In all seven seasons, 'Mary Kaye's Baby' (S01E03) is the only episode in which the General doesn't appear. I guess the people making the show had no idea by the third episode that the General would become so iconic, and end up being at least as famous as the stars of the show. Many shows in the '70s and '80s were based around a vehicle, e.g. KITT in 'Knight Rider', the Coyote X in 'Hardcastle and McCormick' etc., but early episodes of Dukes weren't like that. The show's formula wasn't really established until filming was moved to California for episode 6, and maybe even as late as the start of season 2.
Roth Potter reacted to dukesonline in Valencia Oaks Movie Ranch
Thank you for sharing your post. What an incredible experience and I know I speak for all of us here on the forum that we wish we could have been grips there with you helping out just to see these sights! Having grown up here in Valencia and my sister went to Calarts too, I am stoked to hear these first hand accounts about such monumental experiences!!
I would love to be involved in a documentary and have been thinking about the idea too for a while... I’m on board to get something going!
Roth Potter reacted to Cooperbloke in Rare and Behind the Scenes Pictures of the Dukes of Hazzard
The guy in white is a very young Corey Eubanks, Stuntman on the Dukes.
Roth Potter got a reaction from Hobie Hartkins in Rare and Behind the Scenes Pictures of the Dukes of Hazzard
Yes, I have them all backed up including a few I've never posted. I didn't know some were hosted on tinypic though, nor do I know which ones.
I'm actually surprised all the others hosted on Flickr are still there are they we're supposedly gonna limit the amount of pictures to 1000 and I had like triple that at one point.
If you can describe a few I'd be happy to post them again with maybe a few new ones.
Roth Potter reacted to Spike in The last 24 hours
Thought we were done with the BS with the neighbor and his buddy after the sentencing at court but nope guess not. Apparently they don't give a about the Not Within 500 feet court order. Was sitting outside on our front step yesterday afternoon scraping seeds out of one of the sunflowers when the neighbor comes home and guess who's with him, his troublemaking buddy who we had arrested after he threatened us. The neighbor seen me and told his buddy just to stay in the car and he went into his apartment for a few minutes then came out and they left again. I pondered calling 911 but by the time the police would have gotten here they would have been long gone. Too bad he didn't get out of the car as then he would have a nice picture to hang from his cell wall from my new Trail camera. This isn't the 1st time he's been around either. Neighbor snuck him in on Labor Day, we only found out when they got into a fight but the police officer that came out then told us since the neighbor refused to open the door it's our word against his but he also told us if we can get photographic proof that he's here then he can get a warrant and go in and arrest him so that's one of the reasons we bought the trail camera. Last week I talked too the manager at the neighboring complex as she has had issues with these two as well and has been pushing for our complex's manager to get them out but that obviously isn't happening. She told me that I should get my wife a gun and some ccw training because she thinks the guy's dangerous from some of the stuff she's seen him do and heard about from her residents. Told the wife that and she's all for it but it will have to wait till we set aside some money till then she's carrying her mace and a pocket knife every time she leaves.
Roth Potter reacted to HossC in NASCAR news
We used to get the F1 races uninterrupted on free-to-air TV, but now only the highlights are free-to-air. Even so, they only take a break about once every 15 minutes. Soccer and rugby matches, and hurling here in Ireland, are shown with only commercials at the start and end of half time (and before and after the match). Of course, NASCAR is a much longer event, but I'm still not used to the US levels of advertising. American football is another lengthier sport, and its many stoppages in play lend themselves to commercial breaks.
The extra breaks are also noticeable in other US shows when they're shown here. I was watching 'Medical Detectives' last night, and there must be at least three places where US viewers would've gone to a break in a half hour show. Over here, a half hour show typically only has a single break.
Roth Potter reacted to RogerDuke in Pets are family...
I'm sure you've heard me say this before but if you have a bunch of bad luck that means that you are due for a bunch of good luck. I hope it starts coming your way soon. And if I'm wrong and you don't get good luck soon think about Hobie's words because you sure have a lot of love....here on the HazzardNet.
Roth Potter reacted to MonacoMan in Daisy's Cars
Thanks, Roth...I’ll have to listen to that! People from the show had said in interviews, and I’ve read before, that they claimed eventually ‘parts’ for the Road Runner became too difficult to find and so they switched to the Satellite instead—even though it was a couple years older. But maybe they were referring to these mounts that were breaking, when they said ‘parts’.
Roth Potter reacted to HossC in Question About Cathy
It looks like Cathy had a brief topless scene in a 1976 (some sources say 1978) movie called 'Nicole'. You can see the IMDb page here. The cover art they have shows that the movie has been retitled 'Crazed', and repackaged to make it look like Cathy was the lead. The reviews suggest that Cathy actually had a minor role, and describe the movie as "odd", "weird" and "made very cheaply". It's currently rated at 3.5/10!
For another Dukes connection, the cast of 'Nicole' also includes Ramon Bieri, who played J.J. Carver in two-parter 'Undercover Dukes'. I haven't seen the movie, so I don't know if they appeared together.
Roth Potter got a reaction from MonacoMan in Daisy's Cars
There doesn't seem to be a definitive reason but they discussed this on the Kibbe and Friends show where they if I remember correctly believe the reasoning was because the 73/74 cars had some sort of 'floating' K-frame. A sort of rubber mount instead of the solid mounted frames of the earlier cars. The K-frame if you don't know is a sub-frame on Chryslers which connect the engine and lower control arm of the front wheels to the front framerails of the car.
I don't remember why that was bad, you'd have to listen to the episode itself but I believe it was either that stunt drivers didn't like how they drove for stunt driving or something to do with these mounts breaking or getting damaged during stunt driving. Could be something totally different though. You better listen to the episode itself.
It was on The Kibbe & Friends Show #82- Corndog’s Deep Dive of Trivia on the Daisy's Vehicles. You can find it here: http://www.themusclecarplace.com/kf-show-82