The Dukes and Hazzards were two of the biggest shows of the 20th century.
But now, the BBC has released a DVD containing interviews with the cast and crew, and there are some intriguing clues to the makers’ true motivations.
Read more The BBC has recently launched an investigation into the production of the shows Hazzardi and The Duke of Haze and have been looking into the work of a British production company called Starbonds, which has produced more than 40 of the show’s 30 episodes.
A few of the episodes were filmed in Hazzarde’s London home, but this is the first time that footage has been made public.
Starbonds is the second-biggest production company in the UK behind BBC Films, and it was responsible for almost all the episodes of Hazing and The Duke of Hazerot, including the final episode of Hazards.
It also produced Hazzardo and The Haze of Hantz, the first and only Hazzarot series to air in the US.
“In many ways it was an incredible time to be a part of television,” Hazzier told us.
“It was really exciting to be part of something new.”
Hazzard, a British science fiction series that starred James McAvoy, was a precursor to The Lord of the Rings, which was later adapted into the movie trilogy The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring.
The Daughters of Hazyland, which starred a young Sarah Jane Smith, was another BBC adaptation of a science fiction story, and starred Emma Thompson.
The Dukes, meanwhile, were a UK TV series that aired between 1963 and 1968.
It was the first series to be produced by BBC Productions and starred a group of young British women, which included Sarah Jane, Sarah Martin and Margaret Chapman.
The programme was described by the BBC as “the story of a group who must work together to fight for the future of humanity”.
“The Daughters’ aim is to build a better world and achieve this through science and technology,” a BBC spokesperson said.
“Their aim is also to take the place of their fathers and to help them succeed in this important challenge.”
In an interview with BBC Radio 4’s The Radio Times, Hazzella revealed that the show “was all about creating the next generation of heroes”.
“We’re all going to be heroes in our own way, and the next one’s not going to need a helmet, a stethoscope or a gun,” she said.
“You can do things with your hands and your feet, but you can’t do everything by just your body.
You can do it by your mind and your heart.
That’s the way I like to look at it.”
The Duchys were also the first show to feature a female villain, and were inspired by a fictional villain in Haze, who was created by the writer Margaret Mitchell and starred Barbara Hutton.
Hazzarots main character, called Dr John Haze (who is also played by a male actor, the great Tony Jones), is a scientist with a very strange way of living and works for a secret organisation called Haze.
He is not an evil scientist, but a scientist who has gone mad after working with alien DNA.
Haze’s goal is to create a vaccine that can protect humanity from the dangers of the virus.
Hazards main antagonist, known as The Hazer, is the head of Hax, a private company that owns the genetic material from the virus and is responsible for turning the human race into the creatures that they are today.
Haze and Hazarots co-creator, James Mcavoy, is now 74 years old and lives in a retirement home.
He has said that his life “has been quite a struggle”.
“I’ve been very lucky to get to work with great actors, and a wonderful cast,” Mcavoys widow, Helen McAvoys, said in a statement.
“The Downton Abbey franchise has always been my favourite of all television series.
It’s also the last show that I will ever work on that I loved so much.”
The BBC’s investigation will take a few weeks.
We will keep you updated on any new developments.