The Dukes of Hazzard

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $80,270,227Details
International Box Office $29,578,234
Worldwide Box Office $109,848,461
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
13% - Rotten
Audience
47% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$53,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 5th, 2005 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 6th, 2005 by Warner Home Video, released as Dukes of Hazzard, The
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content, crude and drug-related humor, language and comic action violence
Running Time: 105 minutes
Franchise: Dukes of Hazzard
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Village Roadshow Productions

Cast

   Luke Duke
   Bo Duke
   Daisy Duke
   Boss Hogg
Joe Don Baker    Governor Jim Applewhite
Lynda Carter    Pauline
   Uncle Jesse
M.C. Gainey    Rosco P. Coltrane
David Koechner    Cooter
Kevin Heffernan    Sheev
James Roday    Billy Prickett
Michael Roof    Dil Driscoll
Michael Weston    Deputy Enos Strate
Nikki Griffin    Katie Johnson
Jacqui Maxwell    Annette
Alice Greczyn    Laurie Pullman
Steve Lemme    Jimmy
Mitch Braswell    Out of Towner
Rusty Tennant    Local One
Dolan Wilson    Local Two
Heather Hemmens    Girl
David Leitch    Puncher
A.J. Foyt IV    Race Car Driver
Jack Polick    Deputy Cletus
Jim Cody Williams    Security Guard Chip
Tammi Arender    Local Reporter
Artist Robinson    18 Wheeler Driver
Tenia Taylor    Pretty Girl
Bruce McKinnon    Van Driver
Lara Grice    Female Passenger
Kristen Laird    Sorority Girl
Brittany Pourciau    Sorority Girl
Erica Lee    Sorority Girl
Crystal Barrett    Sorority Girl
Jillian Batherson    Sorority Girl
Kristen Broussard    Sorority Girl
Christina DaRe    Sorority Girl
Amber Duke    Sorority Girl
Hana Dupre    Sorority Girl
Jenifer Rebecca Foster    Sorority Girl
Alexis Hebert    Sorority Girl
Tracey Mills    Sorority Girl
Jay Chandrasekhar    Campus Cop
Erik Stolhanske    Campus Cop
Charlie Finn    Royce
Thomas Elliott    Tough Guy
Dremaceo Giles    Tough Guy
Thomas Hyde    Prisoner
Wayne Douglas Morgan    Prisoner
Danny Hanemann    Older Cop
Tobi Gadison Brown    Younger Cop
Chris Richard    Lexus Driver
Dan Montgomery, Jr.    Spectator
Therial deClouet    Judge
Emily Smith    Female Reporter
Stacy Brown    Female Reporter
Alicen Holden    Governor's Aide
Paul Soter    Rick Shakely
Ritchie Montgomery    Trooper
Kim Wall    State Trooper
Andrew Prine    Angry Man
Grace C. Gerber    Little Girl
Rip Taylor    Himself
Junior Brown    The Balladeer

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Bill Gerber
Screenwriter    John O'Brien
Executive Producer    Eric McLeod
Executive Producer    Dana Goldberg
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Director of Photography    Lawrence Sher
Production Designer    Jon Gary Steele
Editor    Lee Haxall
Editor    Myron Kerstein
Composer    Nathan Barr
Assistant Director    Artist Robinson
Second Unit Director    Dan Bradley
Unit Production Manager    Mark Indig
Art Director    Chris Cornwell
Set Decorator    Traci Kirschbaum
Second Unit Camera    Mitchell Amundsen
Costume Designer    Genevieve Tyrrell
Costume Supervisor    Elizabeth Sikes
Costume Supervisor    Gala Autumn
Additional Editor    Jumbulingam Jumbulingam
Sound Mixer    David Alvarez
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Pederson
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Re-recording Mixer    Dave Campbell
Supervising Sound Editor    Gregory King
Sound Effects Editor    Yann Delpuech
Sound Effects Editor    Craig Henighan
Sound Effects Editor    Joel Shryack
Sound Effects Editor    Robert Grieve
Sound Effects Editor    Robert Nokes
Dialogue Editor    Darren Kin
Dialogue Editor    Meg Taylor
Dialogue Editor    Kimberly Wilson
Dialogue Editor    Pat Foley
Dialogue Editor    Robert Nokes
Music Editor    Brian Richards
Make up    Chris Bingham
Make up    Sheri Kornhaber
Hairstylist    Deborah Mills-Whitlock
Hairstylist    Donna Battersby-Greene
Music Supervisor    Nic Harcourt
Story Creator    John O'Brien
Story Creator    Jonathan L. Davis
Character Creator    Gy Waldron
Casting Director    Mary Vernieu
Additional Casting    Lisa Mae Fincannon
Additional Casting    Craig Fincannon
Stunt Coordinator    Darrin Prescott
Stunt Coordinator    Scott Rogers

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/08/05 1 $12,645,171   3,785 $3,341   $12,645,171 1
2005/08/06 1 $9,970,551 -21% 3,785 $2,634   $22,615,722 2
2005/08/07 1 $8,059,592 -19% 3,785 $2,129   $30,675,314 3
2005/08/08 1 $4,168,399 -48% 3,785 $1,101   $34,843,713 4
2005/08/09 1 $3,659,262 -12% 3,785 $967   $38,502,975 5
2005/08/10 1 $3,155,363 -14% 3,785 $834   $41,658,338 6
2005/08/11 1 $2,789,485 -12% 3,785 $737   $44,447,823 7
2005/08/12 3 $4,394,659 +58% 3,785 $1,161   $48,842,482 8
2005/08/13 3 $4,984,002 +13% 3,785 $1,317   $53,826,484 9
2005/08/14 3 $3,632,541 -27% 3,785 $960   $57,459,025 10
2005/08/15 3 $1,588,460 -56% 3,785 $420   $59,047,485 11
2005/08/16 4 $1,504,222 -5% 3,785 $397   $60,551,707 12
2005/08/17 4 $1,311,228 -13% 3,785 $346   $61,862,935 13
2005/08/18 4 $1,229,301 -6% 3,785 $325   $63,092,236 14
2005/08/19 6 $1,932,754 +57% 3,404 $568   $65,024,990 15
2005/08/20 7 $2,447,885 +27% 3,404 $719   $67,472,875 16
2005/08/21 8 $1,597,653 -35% 3,404 $469   $69,070,528 17
2005/08/22 7 $623,414 -61% 3,404 $183   $69,693,942 18
2005/08/23 8 $627,106 +1% 3,404 $184   $70,321,048 19
2005/08/24 9 $541,015 -14% 3,404 $159   $70,862,063 20
2005/08/25 9 $484,046 -11% 3,404 $142   $71,346,109 21
2005/08/26 9 $920,903 +90% 2,891 $319   $72,267,012 22
2005/08/27 10 $1,391,347 +51% 2,891 $481   $73,658,359 23
2005/08/28 - $805,786 -42% 2,891 $279   $74,464,145 24
2005/09/05 14 $391,545   2,011 $195   $77,521,769 32
2005/10/10 43 $12,103   311 $39   $80,120,841 67

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/08/05 1 $30,675,314   3,785 $8,104   $30,675,314 3
2005/08/12 3 $13,011,202 -58% 3,785 $3,438   $57,459,025 10
2005/08/19 7 $5,978,292 -54% 3,404 $1,756   $69,070,528 17
2005/08/26 10 $3,118,036 -48% 2,891 $1,079   $74,464,145 24
2005/09/02 15 $1,619,163 -48% 2,011 $805   $77,130,224 31
2005/09/09 18 $793,197 -51% 1,245 $637   $78,583,769 38
2005/09/16 24 $345,366 -56% 652 $530   $79,101,892 45
2005/09/23 25 $268,377 -22% 271 $990   $79,461,253 52
2005/09/30 22 $382,543 +43% 467 $819   $79,901,365 59
2005/10/07 41 $104,649 -73% 311 $336   $80,108,738 66
2005/10/14 51 $58,031 -45% 184 $315   $80,206,743 73
2005/10/21 68 $23,953 -59% 94 $255   $80,251,320 80
2005/10/28 80 $12,003 -50% 44 $273   $80,270,227 87

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