Dukes of Hazzard Magazine Covers

Calling all HazzardNet members! Do you have a magazine cover with the Dukes cast on it? If so, please email us the following:

Name of the Magazine
Month and Year of publication
Description of the cover
Can you scan it in and email it to us? (1440 pixels or wider and 300 dpi)

Email us through the “contact us” link on the left menu. Thanks!

Dukes of Hazzard Motorcycle

Oops.. Didn’t realize that the Boar’s Nest Dumpster Diver was broken. It’s fixed now. Dive away!

Latest Dukes News…

We thought this was pretty kewl. The Dukes inspires a motorcycle makeover for a local church youth group in Illinois.

Churchchopper (January 29, 2005) – TV shows inspire teens’ motorcycle makeover By EDITH C. WEBSTER Rockford Register Star A motorcycle makeover inspired by a couple of good ol’ boys from Hazzard County, Ga., revved up what could have been just another church youth group meeting. Using a motorcycle makeover to illustrate God’s role as an architect in our lives has a biblical basis, said Pastor Garrett Neuman, director of Rockford First Assembly of God. (The rest of the article can be viewed for a fee at the Rockford Register Star website here).

Also, all y’all between New England and Philly that’ll be watchin’ the Super Bowl next Sunday keep yer eye out for the Dukes of Hazzard trailer. This is fitting….given that the Dukes originally premeired on tv following Super Bowl XIII in 1979….

And speaking of Dukes on TV….remember the Dukes return to tv next month on CMT!!! Scan down through the news to read all about it (ya can’t miss it, big huge headline!)

HazzardNet Upgrade

Well, some of you might have noticed HazzardNet was down for a while this afternoon. We ran out of bandwidth. It’s been a busy month! I have upgraded to a bigger account and that will hopefully give us enough bandwidth to last for the rest of the month.

For those of you who would like to help us keep the site up and running, you can get an email account subscription at HazzardMail.com. Directions on how to upgrade your free email account are posted there.

-Meadowmufn

Tons of Dukes News

Fixed the glitch in the gallery that wouldn’t let you view the larger images. Yay. – Mufn

TONS O’ DUKES NEWS!!!

Folks this stuff is comin’ so fast and furious that it’s hard to keep up with it all here at the front page. So we’ve started a Dukes Ping list, where we’ll send out links to news items we find on the web. Go here to sign up http://www.hazzardnet.com/lists/

Many of you who are already signed up with our mailing lists have seen this notice already. But for those of you who haven’t, here ya go.

Now, in the news…Back on January 8th, filming of the Dukes movie moved the to campus of LSU. Bo and Luke go to college?!? Apparently so, according to the Louisiana newspaper The Advocate.

Movies.com has some information on the Dukes movie (nothing more than you’ve already learned here at HNet. Ain’t you glad you come here first for the news?). However, it has a MovieNation Reader Rating and the Pre-Release Buzz Factor rating for the upcoming movie is 3.93 out of a possible 5. That puts it between being worth the matinee and full price tix. Go here to check it out.

There has been tons of talk within the auto industry of Chrylser’s move to bring back the Dodge Charge nameplate. NASCAR fans know that the Charger will be Dodge’s entry on the race track, making it yet another four door sedan to race. Yep, you heard right. FOUR DOORS. Chrylser has no immediate plans for a two door coupe version of the Charger. (HNet Content Manager Editorial: “Boo Hiss..”)

Frankly they shoulda done like they did with the Grand Cherokee back in 1992 and drive the car through the plate glass window. But we here at HNet were not consulted first. =) 

25 years after stirring up Friday night television with her own hand made short-shorts, the Original Daisy Duke, Cathy Bach, is in negotiations with Levi’s to market….you guessed it: DaisyDukes! Check it out here…

Dukes of Hazzard Movie in the works

MSNBC has reports of a Dukes of Hazzard movie script in the making! Check out the story here or for even more info, go here Dukes Movie.

Thanks to several of you who wrote in to tell us! For those of you interested, send us feedback on who you think should play each character and we’ll post the results here.

Don Knotts Passes Away

It is with sadness that we announce that Don Knotts passed away today. From his roles as lovable clutzes like Barney Fife and Ralph Furley, he brought laughter, joy, and pure entertainment to movie and tv fans of all ages. He will be missed.