Series introduces the Robertsons, a Louisiana bayou family living the American dream as they operate a thriving business while staying true to their family values and lifestyle. Ask anyone in Louisiana and they’ll tell you that the bayou state’s favorite first family doesn’t live in the governor’s mansion but in the backwoods, where the Robertsons’ rags-to-riches story is still unfolding. A homegrown mom-and-pop operation, Duck Commander has become a sporting empire by fabricating top-of-the-line duck calls and decoys out of salvaged swamp wood.
This newly minted multimillionaire family is kept in line by business-savvy Willie, who runs Duck Commander with the help of his brother Jase, their respective wives Korie and Missy, patriarch and founder of the company, Phil, and uncle Si. Together they run a booming business that employs half their neighborhood, but at the end of the day, you can find the whole family around matriarch Miss Kay’s dinner table.
Other Films in This Series!
Duck Dynasty: Faith Commander
Duck Dynasty: I’m Dreaming of a Redneck Christmas
It’s a Duck Nation – Blu-ray
Duck Dynasty: TV Series
Duck the Halls
Meet the Robertsons
Season 2 – Vol 1
Season 4 – Blu-ray
Season 6 – Blu-ray
Season 7 – Blu-ray – Pre-order NOW! – May 19. 2015
Duck Commander: Before the Dynasty
A&E’s Christian-Friendly Hit Show Making Waves, Duck Dynasty Stars Push Back Against “Fake Bleeps
Phil Robertson and the Robertson family have laid down the law with producers of the show Duck Dynasty. The A & E show has some slightly off-color elements, but the family’s Christian faith still comes through. They pray in Jesus’ name, they exhibit Christian values, and they use G-rated language. When the family learned that producers of the show edited in “fake bleeps” even though there was no profanity under them, the Robertson family demanded that the four-letter-word-cover-ups be removed from the show. Phil Robertson says, “If you want (profanity), oh you can get all of that you want; just turn the station. There’s plenty of that!” When the family was asked to not use the phrase, “In Jesus’ name,” Phil countered with, “What year is it? It’s 2012 A.D., the year of our Lord, Anno Domini. If we all decided in America here to count time from Jesus, we think that ought to be a good enough name to refer to from time to time.” Phil Robertson sees himself and the show as a vehicle for change in Hollywood. “We’re working on them. What the people of God have to understand is you’ve just got to be patient. You don’t turn that ship quickly. It’s a big ship.”
In this video on Youtube, stars of Duck Dynasty Willie and Phil Robertson talk about these fake bleeps, as well as the intersection of Christianity and Hollywood. Intent on bringing about a lasting Faith & Family presence in the industry, Phil says about their efforts, “I think we have had a very positive impact.”
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