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|airdate: = 20 April 1979
 
|airdate: = 20 April 1979
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|starring: = [[Tom Wopat]] as [[Luke]]<br>
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[[John Schneider]] as [[Bo]]<br>
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[[Catherine Bach]] as [[Daisy Duke]]<br>
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[[Denver Pyle]] as [[Uncle Jesse]]<br>
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[[James Best]] as [[Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane|Sheriff Rosco Coltrane]]<br>
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[[Sorrell Booke]] as [[Boss Hogg]]<br>
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[[Waylon Jennings]] as [[The Balladeer]]<br>
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[[Ben Jones]] as [[Cooter]]<br>
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[[Sonny Shroyer]] as [[Enos]]
 
|guest_starring:= Stella Parton as Mary Beth Malone<br>
 
|guest_starring:= Stella Parton as Mary Beth Malone<br>
 
Leo Gordon as Rocky Marlowe<br>
 
Leo Gordon as Rocky Marlowe<br>

Latest revision as of 12:58, October 1, 2019

Deputy Dukes is the tenth episode of the first season of The Dukes of Hazzard. It first aired 20 April 1979 on CBS.

Summary Edit

Bo and Luke are arrested for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Crime boss Rocky Marlowe is scheduled to be escorted from Springville to Hazzard County so he can go on trial. Boss Hogg sees a money-making opportunity with a high profile trial such as Marlowe's being held in Hazzard. Not wanting to risk Rosco, or Enos for that matter, Boss decides to send Bo and Luke to transport Marlowe from Springville, in exchange for not selling the General Lee. Bo and Luke agree, and head off to Sweetwater County, but not before being spotted in deputy uniforms by Daisy and Cooter. Along the way, Bo and Luke must deal with Herky and Manny, two of Marlowe's henchmen who will stop at nothing to free him, and they must also deal with Mary Beth Malone, who has a personal grudge against Marlowe, who got her father wrongfully locked up.



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