K&F Show #219: Fave Pies and the new Batmobile; Dukes of Hazzard S7E06 Review “The Dukes in Hollywood”

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GL passes Mann’s Chinese Theater in S7E6 of the Dukes of Hazzard. Image: Warner Bros

Dukes Review: S7E06

“The Dukes in Hollywood”

K&F Show Summary:

Dukes Review: In this episode – a fake movie star played by Barry Van Dyke comes to Hazzard – a real TV show – to shoot a fake movie inside of the real TV show – and then they all go to Hollywood to a fake movie studio – that’s really the real Warner Brothers Studios – to shoot the movie as if they were in a TV show about creating a fake movie. Everyone got that? Barry Van Dyke is someone you may know, but you definitely know his dad……none other than Dick Van Dyke, star of stage and screen, a TV show of his own name, murder mysterious, and the beloved Disney classics. Anyway, they shoot the entire episode on the real Warner Brothers backlot, and SHOW YOU the backlot. The General drives up Hollywood BLDV even. Maybe this was just a gift to we fans who knew the end was near, who know. This is a great episode – in fact so great that the second Dukes of Hazzard reunion TV movie was based on it (Hazzard in Hollywood). Corndog’s real screen used General did the jump in that episode! 8 Corndogs.

Legit Episode Info

Season 7, Episode 6
“The Dukes in Hollywood”
Written by Si Rose
Directed by George Bowers
11/2/1984

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