In this film, the General Lee's first jump was Hogg's Ravine, which was really big and nobody had jumped it before. This jump is based off the creek that made the first jump in the show, and was seen many times.

The film first aired edited on ABC Family, the R rated and Unrated versions were released on DVD 9 days later.

At one point, Jason Dolley and Mitchel Musso were set to play Bo and Luke. However, Bill Gerber was opposed to signing on Former Disney Channel stars as he felt people would not approve.

Even though April Scott is portraying a younger version of Daisy Duke in this prequel, she's 1 year older than Jessica Simpson, who played Daisy in the original movie.

In the scene at the town square where Boss Hogg is about to give an election speech, the narrator says that Boss Hogg's favorite saying is "Vote early and vote often." This saying actually exists and is attributed to "Big" Bill Thompson, the notoriously corrupt mayor of Chicago during the 1920's who was bought off by Al Capone. Whenever possible, Capone would rig the Chicago elections in order to ensure Thompson's victory.

Randy Wayne's name was mistakenly left out of the opening credits.

Jay Chandrasekhar was rumored to direct.

Kristin Cavallari was rumored to play Daisy Duke.