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|Johnny Knoxville||Luke Duke|
|Seann William Scott||Bo Duke|
|Alice Greczyn||Laurie Pullman|
|Jessica Simpson||Daisy Duke|
|Burt Reynolds||Jefferson Davis 'Boss' Hogg|
|Joe Don Baker||Governor Jim Applewhite|
|Willie Nelson||Jesse Duke|
|James Roday||Billy Prickett|
|Michael Weston||Enos Strate|
|David Koechner||Cooter Davenport|
|Michael Roof||Dil Driscoll|
"Cousins. Outlaws. Thrillbillies."
"Meet the Dukes. One family having so much fun there oughta be a law."
Cousins Bo (Seann William Scott), Luke (Johnny Knoxville), and Daisy Duke (Jessica Simpson) run a moonshine business for their Uncle Jesse (Willie Nelson) in the fictional Hazzard County, Georgia in modern day. The cousins' primary mode of transportation is an orange 1969 Dodge Charger that the boys affectionately refer to as 'The General Lee'. Along the way, the family is tormented by corrupt Hazzard County Commissioner Jefferson Davis Hogg, widely known as "Boss Hogg" (Burt Reynolds), and his willing but dimwitted henchman, Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane (M.C. Gainey).After Rosco has the General Lee wrecked during Bo's attempt at winning his fifth consecutive local road rally, Billy Prickett (James Roday), a famous stock-car driver, enters Hazzard to participate in the rally. Meanwhile, Rosco plants a fake moonshine still ("'cause he's too dumb to find the real one") in Uncle Jesse's barn and seizes the Duke property in the interest of eminent domain for Boss Hogg, forcing the family to temporarily reside with neighbor and Uncle Jesse's love-interest, Pauline (Lynda Carter). Pauline informs the Dukes that Rosco seized another farm on charges so Bo and Luke investigate a local construction site and find geologic core samples with the help of bait-shop owner Sheev (Kevin Heffernan). Meanwhile, Coltrane makes arrangements to seize the General Lee as "evidence" from the local auto body shop run by the Dukes' friend Cooter (David Koechner), who instead turns the car into a hot-rod and applies a new paint job and horn, in return for finally getting payment for all the work he has done ("...'cause that's how this works...") for the boys in the past.
Theatrical : 2005-08-05 : United States of America
DVD : 2005-12-06