The Dukes of Hazzard

The Dukes of Hazzard (1979)

5 mistakes in season 4

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Dear Diary - S4-E20

Visible crew/equipment: Here you can easily see a support rod and strap at the rear of the General Lee as it holds the camera.

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Ian Hunt

The Great Bank Robbery - S4-E6

Revealing mistake: Bo and Luke are supposed to be trapped inside closed coffins after the bandits lock them up, then leave. Bo and Luke begin "rocking" the coffins back and forth, to tip them over so they can escape. However, watch Luke during this action. He is suppposed to be trapped inside a darkened coffin. But each time he rocks left or right, the camera slips a bit, revealing the barn interior and a little bit of equipment.

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Dear Diary - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: While it's forgiven that the Generals usually have subtle changes through episodes and the series, in this episode we see a General with extremely inconsistent graphics when Bo and Luke deliver the counterfeit money to Winston. The 0 is off and the bottom of the 1 is extremely long.

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Ian Hunt

10 Million Dollar Sheriff (1) - S4-E8

Continuity mistake: In the first scene that Steele is chasing the Dukes in, he hits the side of the General Lee. You can see that the side is badly damaged. But in the next shot when the General Lee is taking a sharp turn and sliding, you can see that the car is repaired.

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Double Dukes - S4-E2

Continuity mistake: If you look closely during the first scene where Turk and Moody (disguised as Bo and Luke) reveal to Roscoe that they aren't Bo and Luke, as they peel off their faces. First Moody (as Luke) is wearing a solid light-blue shirt. When we get a close-up of his face, he is wearing Luke's traditional blue-pladed shirt, and after their masks are totally off, Moody is wearing the solid light-blue shirt again.

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