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This is an ORIGINAL 7" x 9" CBS Network Press Photo. It features DUKES OF HAZZARD star, BEN JONES with PAT HINGLE and JOHN DENNIS JOHNSTON.

This Photo was used to promote the short lived 1977 drama,

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Featuring Claude Atkins as Metro Nashville police lieutenant and Jerry Reed as his sidekick, this show features many country music personalities and is shot on location at various downtown Nashville sites as well as other locations (including Opryland). This show runs in the same vein as "CHIPs", "Hawaii Five-O", and other police/crime shows, only this one seems to center around the music community within Nashville. Nashville country artists of 1977 feature prominently in each one of these episodes.

Stars:Claude Akins, Jerry Reed, Lucille Benson

CAST:

Claude Akins ... Det. Lt. Stonewall Jackson 'Stoney' Huff
Jerry Reed ... Det. Trace Mayne
Lucille Benson ... Birdie Huff
Joe Dorsey ... Judge
Blake Emmons ... Sheriff Beam
Pat Hingle ... Turley Bonner
John Dennis Johnston ... Daniel Bonner
Ben Jones ... Calvin Bonner
Tammy Wynette ... Herself

Photo is in nice shape has TV time and date paper attached which is wrinkled on the back. Nice if you collect original network press photos!

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MORE INFO ON BEN LEWIS: Ben Lewis Jones (born August 30, 1941) is an American actor, politician, playwright and essayist, probably best known for his role as Cooter Davenport in The Dukes of Hazzard. Jones also served for four years in the United States House of Representatives from January 1989 to January 3, 1993. Jones is a 1959 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School in Portsmouth, Virginia and attended the University of North Carolina for four years. He is married to Alma Viator. They have a daughter, Rachel, and a son, Walker. Jones is a long time friend of Cincinnati Reds announcer Marty Brennaman.

Since the 1990s, Jones has run a chain of "Cooter's museums" across the US, dedicated to The Dukes of Hazzard. He also organized the annual "Dukefest" gathering.

Following the end of The Dukes of Hazzard, Jones entered the political arena as a Democrat. In 1986, he ran unsuccessfully against Pat Swindall for a seat in the United States House of Representatives from Georgia, but lost, winning 47% of the vote, more than expected He ran again in 1988, against Swindall, this time easily winning. Jones was narrowly re-elected in 1990, but in 1992, following redistricting which moved his home into another district, he was defeated in the Democratic primary election. In 1994, he ran against the then-House Minority Whip and soon-to-be House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Jones received 35% of the vote.

Jones has since returned to acting, as well as becoming a well-known writer, writing many political essays and one play. In 1998, he broke from most Democrats and asked President Bill Clinton to resign during his trial and impeachment. Jones is still active in the Democratic Party. In 2002, he ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the United States House from Virginia against Republican incumbent Eric Cantor, thus becoming one of very few recent American politicians to seek elective office in more than one state.

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BEN JONES John Dennis Johnston PAT HINGLE Original CBS Press PHOTO Nashville 99
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