Endnotes


1. Marsha G. McGee. "Prime Time Dixie: Television's View of a Simple South," Journal of Popular Culture, (Autumn-Winter, 1985), 101.
2. McGee, 100-101.
3. Ibid.
4. Ibid.
5. W.J. Cash. The Mind of the South. (New York: Random House, 1941), 50.
6. Horace Newcomb, "Appalachia on Televison," Appalachian Jourhnal, Winter, 1979-80), 163.
7. People, "Cathy Bach's Marriage Sinks, but She Stille Reigns in 'Dukes of Hazzard,'" 103.
8. Pat Derian. "Mayflies No More: A fresh look at the Southern Woman," The Rising South, 60.
9. Stephen A. Smith. Myth, Media, and the Southern Culture Eds. Charles Wilson and William Ferris. (Chapel Hill, UNC Press), 112.
10. Richard Warren Lewis, "The Golden Hillbillies," Saturday Evening Post, Vol. 236, No. 4 (Feb 2, 1963, 30.
11. Jack Kirby. Media Made Dixie. 12. Robert C. Cotner. James Stephen Hogg: An Autobiography.< /i> (Austin: University of Texas, 1959), vi..
13. Ibid, vii.
14. Kirby, 152.
15. Kirby, 109.
16. Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh. The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network Television Shows, 1946-present. (New York: Ballantine Books, 1992), 265.
17. Kirby, 109.
18. Christopher Geist. "Media." Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Eds. Charles Wilson and William Ferris. (Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 1989), 943.
19. McGee, 104.
20. Edward Ayers, American Regionalism. The Hollywood Reporter,"
December 22, 1995.
24. Brooks, 1094-1101.
25. Gail Buchalter and David Gritten, "This Hazzard Feud is for Real," People, August 9, 1982), 26.
26. "'Cooter' to Run," Memphis Commercial Appeal, (March 3, 1994).
27. Multichannel News.
28. McGee, 100.
29. Ibid, 101.
30. James Branscome. "Annihilating the Hillbilly," Katallagete (Winter 1971), 25.
31. McGee, 107.
32. Orin E. Klapp. Heroes, Villains, Fools. (Englewood, NJ. Prentice-Hall), 1962.
33. Roger B. Ward. "Outlaw Heroes," Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Eds. Charles Wilson and William Ferris. (Chapel Hill: UNC Press), 1941.
34. Cash, 60.
35. Ward, 141.
36. Kirby, 155.
37. Ibid, 135.
38. Ibid, 135.
39. Ibid, 145.
40. Waltons creator Earl hamner, in Kirby, 144.


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