As portrayed by Kanaly, Ray’s natural earnestness and humility brought a great many layers to his scenes. More than any other...
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To quote Lucy: I think this is all so exciting!!
There's not much love for poor Jamie here, is there?
My qualifying add-ons:
Larry clearly was very shrewd indeed when it came to the business side of the show. I'm always impressed by his ability to take risks in...
Love to hate, most certainly. It's a pantomime thing, isn't it? The charismatic villain comes on and stage whispers their nasty scheme to the...
I've long had the impression the rumour was something the studio originated in order to strengthen their side of the negotiations. Whatever the...
That was when Dallas became appointment for me. I was probably just old enough by then to appreciate it.
When End Game first aired, I was in...
I was very young at the time, and not really aware of Dallas. But I distinctly remember it being everywhere. In particular I can remember one...
Ray Krebbs (for his trysts with Sue Ellen, Donna, et al)
I have The Women Of Dallas. Like The Ewings Of Dallas it's an adaption of Season Two episodes with a few additional "embellishments". Whereas The...
1. Cagney & Lacey
George O. Petrie; Talia Balsam; David Ackroyd
2. Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Barbara Bel Geddes
3. Peyton Place
Sorry - I probably ought to have kept quiet as I'm creating a right old mess here.
Are we listing it by how much we like the series or the...
Ah well - that still leaves plenty of great shows to choose from.
(Although… there were plenty of Dallas actors who played different roles on...
Season Seven had…
Shadow Of A Doubt
Terms Of Estrangement
And then there's Season Six's…
Hush, Hush, Sweet Jessie
A couple from Season Three:
Lover, Come Back
Ewing vs. Ewing
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