Traveller (horse) - in Popular Media

In Popular Media

  • Moonrunners (a 1975 movie that spawned the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard) featured a dirt-track racing car with a Confederate flag on the roof, named "Traveller". (Traveller was transformed into the painted up street car known as the "General Lee" in the TV series.)
  • Adams, Richard. Traveller New York: Knopf, 1988. ISBN 0-440-20493-3. A fictional first-person narrative, in dialect, by Traveller. His equine memoirs are told to a cat in the stable of the retired general. New York Times book review.

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