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K&F Show #104

Dukes of Hazzard Review: S4E15 “The Sound of Music, Hazzard Style”

Posted by on March 22, 2019 with 0 Comments



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Stuntman Henri Kengi jumps a patrol car into a tree in this episode. The tree won, but Henri broke his neck in the process of it. Image: Warner Bros.

Dukes Review: The Sound of Music, Hazzard Style

Mickey Gilley comes to Hazzard and Boss Hogg has a couple of bad guys record the concert so he can illegally sell the recordings for cheap, but at a profit to him. Remember Sean Parker and Napster? Well – folklore state that this very episode may be where he got the idea. Anyway, Bo and Luke get framed for it, run from (and then work with) the FBI, and everything is later fine. It turns out one of the bad guys was also in the super-long farting scene from Blazing Saddles so just for that we give this a higher grade than we should: 7 out of 10 Corndogs.

Legit Show Info:
“The Sound of Music, Hazzard Style”
Season 4 – Episode 15
Written by Martin Roth
Directed by Hollingsworth Morse
Original Airdate: January 8 1982

Corndog’s Insider Analysis:
-The “police car in a tree” stunt with stunt man Henri Kengi is amazing – but was almost deadly. I saw him explain this one in person! He separated his robs, damaged his pancreas, and broke his neck performing it.


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