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The Dukes of Hazzard - Episode 1

Reels & Wheels

Release Date: 05/02/2019

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Sid and James are joined by Matt Cole to talk Nicolas Cage in Con Air!

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Part Two of our discussion on Wages of Fear - comparing it to Sorcerer.

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Sid and James are joined once again by Remi Treuer to talk about the 1953 thriller, The Wages of Fear!

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Jason Torchinsky of Jalopnik joins Sid and James to talk about 1986's Gung Ho!

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Sid, James and Tim talk about Cobra Kai and its cars, including the iconic Pontiac Firebird.

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Convoy is a film that is strangely relevant today and the story of its production is very, very interesting.

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Reels and Wheels joins forces with The Nerds of Comedy Podcast to talk about The Cannonball Run 2!

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Sid and James talk about the 1968 classic, Highlander and our love/hate relationship with Porsches.

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Sid and James tackle the bleakness of David Michod's The Rover.

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James and Sid are joined by racer Aditya "Deech" Madhaven to talk the excellent movie that is Ford V Ferrari!

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Ask anybody to name the greatest cars in TV history and the list is often topped by the General Lee. Controversy over confederate imagery aside, the Duke boys and their 1968 Dodge Charger somehow struck a chord with car lovers everywhere.

The first episode of The Dukes of Hazzard is a lot more adult-oriented because the show runners had no idea it would become beloved by kids. It does a great job presenting the characters, their motivations and all of the quirks in pretty short order.

...and the cars! While the General Lee takes center stage with its obnoxious orange paint and improbably jumps, the supporting cast of vehicles is nothing to sneeze at - from Daisy's 1973 Roadrunner to Roscoe's police Monaco to the rare muscle cars that get bumped around because in the 80's nobody knew they were rare... this show is a car lover's dream.

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