Christmas 2010 is “01” to Remember!

Odds are, if you’re a Dukes of Hazzard fan, there’s something Dukes-related under your tree this year. “The Dukes” cartoon DVD could be one of the gifts with your name on it!

Or maybe it’s the Complete Dukes of Hazzard series on DVD, which, believe it or not, is currently sold out per Amazon.com. (Amazon is still accepting orders and will ship as new stock is available.) Add this to how quickly the first 400 autographed copies of “The Dukes” DVD went, and one thing is clear. Nothin’ says Christmas like the Dukes of Hazzard!

Awright, we know Christmas has a much deeper meaning. Look for that in our next post. For now, we’re speakin’ to those of ya’ll who haven’t finished your shopping, don’t have a whole lot of moonshine money to spend, and need a quickie.

As in, a quick gift idea! Stuff somebody’s e-stocking, or maybe your own, with The Dukes of Hazzard episodes on demand from Amazon.com! At only $1.99 a pop, this is a great way to use an Amazon Gift Card. Currently, episodes from seasons 1 and 2 are available in you-pick-em varieties for $1.99 each. Or, download the entire season for $14.99.

Delivery time ain’t a problem when you’re downloading! Amazon Gift Cardscan be immediately emailed to your lucky recipient, and the whole thing is faster than the General Lee taking a shortcut during an overland road race with the farm at stake.

If you’re done shopping, then we salute you! Egg nog, all around!

New Orders For The Dukes Cartoon Now Accepted!

Late last week, The Dukes cartoon dvd became unavailable on the Warner Bros Shop website. We asked one of our contacts about it and it was confirmed to be sold out. However, we found out later it was only the limited edition autographed copies that were sold out. Today, the website was updated to offer The Dukes Animated Series dvd (without autograph) and they are now accepting orders again. Yeeehaaa! The price has been reduced to $24.95. We have received and watched ours already and we’ve gotta say, it’s worth every penny!

Order your copy of The Dukes Animated Series dvd in time for Christmas. Orders over $50 qualify for free ground shipping.

The Dukes Animated Series DVD is SOLD OUT!

In just a few short weeks, the limited run of The Dukes Animated Series DVD is sold out. The Dukes cartoon proved to be quite popular with fans and is no longer available on the Warner Brothers site. We’ve put in an email to our contacts to clarify if The Dukes Animated Series dvd will be available in the future or if it’s gone forever. Hopefully, it’ll be back. In the meantime, if you want a copy, your best bet is to keep an eye on our Dukes of Hazzard auctions to see if someone puts theirs up for sale.

Once we have more information, we’ll let y’all know!

UPDATE: See this post on The Dukes Animated Series for clarification. The dvd is available again!

HazzardNet Holiday Hullabaloo!

As has become tradition around here, HazzardNet will be hosting an online Christmas party chat again this year! Only this time, we’re doubling our pleasure and doubling our fun with two parties (hey, give the people what they want, right? Right!)

Our first party will be held tomorrow in the Boar’s Nest chat room starting at 3pm EST and going until midnight. Yes, that seems early, but we’re considering our international audience and the different time zones everyone’s in. Which means there should be plenty of variety in the comings and goings of HNet regulars through the evening.

For those who can’t make the party tomorrow, our second shindig will be held on Saturday, December 18th at the same time (3pm EST to midnight).

Be aware y’all that we have a new chat application to use, called Flash Chat, which is accessible via the Forums (the link is at the top of the page). Your login for the chat is your forums login. Remember to click on “Flash Chat” and not the plain “chat” link.  If you go to the plain chat link you’ll either not be able to get in (as has been the case with some users) or you’re gonna find a dark and quiet room. And you don’t wanna be in a dark and quiet room, you wanna be where the fun is!

You can check out more about the 2010 Christmas Party and other holiday hubbub in our forums!

See ya there!

R.I.P. Dale The Bold

We just heard that we lost a member of the Dukes community. HazzardNet member Dale The Bold passed away on Sunday. Folks all across CyberHazzard loved Dale’s sense of humor and the contributions he made to the fandom. Some of you might not have had a chance to get to know him here, as he’s been absent for some time. He’d been fighting cancer the last few years. I think it’s fitting to share the last post he made here. It shows the creativity, humor, and talent Dale possessed.

You’ll be missed, Dale.

http://www.hazzardnet.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5577

Autographed Copies of The Dukes: Animated Series!!

You’ve been asking for it forever and Warner Brothers listened. The Dukes Animated Series is FINALLY here! It’s available for pre-order exclusively at the Warner Brothers Online Store. The first 400 copies will be autographed by James Best! (Limit 1 per customer.) Grab your copy today! It makes a great gift for the Dukes of Hazzard fan in your life (or buy one for yourself to add to your own collection). Check out the announcement from Warner Brothers below. Visit our Dukes of Hazzard Animated Series page for more information.

Got a CMT Minute?

Watch John (Bo Duke) Schneider answer 31 very fast questions in this entertaining CMT video.    We’re thrilled that CMT has brought The Dukes of Hazzard back on the air, and extras like this are a lot of fun.   There’s a short commercial in the beginning but it’s worth it.  Watch John Schneider’s CMT minute here

Thanks to Our Veterans

Today is the 235th anniversary of our Marine Corps. (OOH RAH!!)  And tomorrow is Veteran’s Day. We’d like to offer a heartfelt thank you to all the veterans, past and present, who have sacrificed to keep all of us safe. Our military men and women have difficult, demanding, and dangerous jobs that many of us could not do. Please take a minute to thank them for their sacrifices in our “Thank a Veteran” thread and to read the messages other folks have already left. Remember our Veterans tomorrow… and always.

“The Dukes” Cartoon Series Coming to DVD!

Warner Brothers will be releasing The Dukes cartoons series on DVD through their manufacture-on-demand program on November 30th! WB has released a lot of great old and rare films through this program and it’s available through their WBShop.com website (check out the WB Archive). Let’s hope that they’ll release Enos through this program as well!

Thanks to Daney and to the folks over at TVShowsonDVD.com for the news! As soon we hear about box art and all we’ll share here!

Yeeehaww!

Fan O’ the Month!

It’s November and it’s cooling off outside but things are always warm and cozy on the HazzardNet with nice folks like Lori Davenport hanging out here and that’s one reason she has been selected as HazzardNet’s Fan of the Month.

Lori is pretty famous around here. She’s somewhat of a celebrity since she really is from Hazard. We don’t mind that her hometown of Hazard Kentucky forgot to add the other Z. All that matters to us is that Lori loves the same favorite show we all do and, in many ways, she represents what the Dukes of Hazzard is all about.

Lori joined the HazzardNet in the summer of 2007 and has blessed us with around 2,700 posts. She is 18 years old and has been a fan of the show most of her life. Her mother is a huge Dukes fan so Lori grew up loving the Dukes as well. (Lori’s mom has great parenting skills).

Growing up in Hazard was a lot like the Dukes growing up in Hazzard. Both are small towns where everybody works hard and has good old fashioned values. Lori has cousins she hangs out with and they act a lot like the Dukes. They kick up dust, fix cars, have farm animals and respect the family patriarch (Lori’s grandpa is the Uncle Jesse of the family). Hazard is a southern town with speed traps, southern hospitality and even a vehicle that looks like the Mean Green Machine. In fact, the cast of the Dukes of Hazzard even visited there in 1982 and Lori’s mom got to meet them.

Lori loves the Dukes because it’s great family entertainment, has happy endings, teaches good lessons, is funny, and occasionally has country music. She has all 7 seasons on DVD and loves the HazzardNet because folks here make you feel like family. She respects the moderators for all the work they do (and did) in creating and maintaining the best website on the internet. Amen, Lori!

If you ask her who her favorite characters are, she’ll respond that she like them all. Rosco and Flash have a slight edge over some of the others. Enos, Jesse and Luke are right behind, followed closely by everyone else.

Lori is a huge fan of some of the older country music stars. Some of her favorites are Johnny Cash, Waylon, Tom Wopat, Conway Twitty, Dolly, Randy Travis, Keith Whitley and George Strate (no relation to Enos Strate).

Lori keeps busy taking care of her horses, 3 dogs and cat named Midnight. She also enjoys softball and is a Texas Tech fan.
She is passionate about reading, writing and drawing. She loves to draw cartoons and reading anything by J.R.R. Tolkien is one of her favorite things to do. She participates in fanfics involving Tolkien as well as Harry Potter. In fact she loves Tolkien’s work so much she has learned the Elvish language Sindarin.

One language everybody here on the HazzardNet knows is the language of Hazzard County. Those folks in Hazard Kentucky might not spell it right but everybody else here on this website sure wishes we lived in a place with a name like that. Since we don’t, we’re thankful that we do have a real resident of Hazard here to add a bit of Hazard excitement to this place. Thanks for all your contributions Lori. You’re our favorite Hazard cousin.

Check out our Fan of the Month section in the forums!

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