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'Dukes Of Hazzard' Actors John Schneider, Tom Wopat On Their New Christmas Album

Actors John Schneider and Tom Wopat from the iconic CBS television series The Dukes of Hazzard, recently spoke with the WOGL Breakfast Club about their new Christmas album, “Home for Christmas,” which marks the 35th anniversary of the series and their first duel album project. 157 more words

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Bromance on Dukes of Hazzard Christmas CD

They’ll take you home for Christmas.  Dukes of Hazzard stars John Schneider and Tom Wopat have been singing together for nearly 40 years.  But it’s the first time ever the dynamic duo has recorded a Christmas album.  37 more words

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Mystery Gift Pack - Parallel 49 Toques of Hazzard

Imperial pale ale – I’d like to think that “imperial” means it’s a beer intended for the stalwart guardians of Cyrodil.  Surely beer of this caliber is meant for knights and such (despite the…  Quaint label). 135 more words

The Hazzards of Trending The Past To Build A Future

There’s something to be said about an emotional journey. It could be cathartic, make someone feel good, heck, even a release.

A major tool in marketing is the use of nostalgia in its campaigns. 322 more words

MOVIE REVIEW: MOONRUNNERS

This is the film that the t.v. show “Dukes of Hazzard” is from.

Things I learned: 1) That at times, I have WAY too much time on my hands. 75 more words

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My.Daily.Distraction ~ Post 29: DukeFest

We were expecting a quiet trip to Tennessee.

There would be the obligatory pilgrimage to the Opry, several meals at Cracker Barrel, and a much anticipated steak dinner at Santa Fe’s. 381 more words

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This Day in History Nov 11 2014 Dukes of Hazzard Tomb of the Unknowns Donna Summer Dust Storm Louisa May Alcott Fernando Valenzuela

Nov 11, 1978:

The General Lee jumps into history

On this day in 1978, a stuntman on the Georgia set of “The Dukes of Hazzard” launches the show’s iconic automobile, a 1969 Dodge Charger named the General Lee, off a makeshift dirt ramp and over a police car. 1,923 more words

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