I guess you wouldn't call it "hot", but one of my favorite J.R. and Sue Ellen moments is when J.R. is watching old movies of Sue Ellen in the...
I can understand that, especially since Howard Keel is such a great actor.
And his baritone voice-- I could listen to that man read a phone book.
I agree with Swami and Karen
One possiblity (if he hadn't died in the show) would be Sam Culver. How do you like this storyline for Barbara Bel...
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That's what I like the most about that scene. You can tell that the actors are really enjoying themslelves. Even though Clayton has barely a...
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I agree, Swami. The best part is you can tell from the reaction shots that Patrick Duffy and Howard Keel are having a great time shooting that scene.
I was watching a few episodes of Dallas this morning, and didn't recall the Cally years as standing out back in the day.
The history of Dallas shows that you are right.
I love the toast-- Hagman was thoroughly enjoying himself and you could tell by watching him...
Watching the episodes surrounding "Jock's Will". It never hit me until this viewing:
"Ewing Oil can have only one man a the helm, and that's...
You summed that up perfectly!
Proof of how great the storyline was is in the fact that we are still talking about it all these years later!
You are right, KayLloyd.
Maybe I phrased the question wrong, and now I'll give away the first answer in order to clarify.
During the original...
In this day of internet spoilers, bootlegged Hulu previews, and twitter, it's easy to forget that back in the day, a network had much better...
J.R.'s Son and Rove are both correct.
There are a few rules specific to Texas banking, so I'll lay it out from a Texas perspective:...
Dallas did a great thing with the Kit Mainwaring storyline by making J.R. not even be concerned about him being gay. He was only concerned with...
Thank you so much for posting all those great pictures and videos!
And very cool that Johnmmil10 was in one of the pictures.
We're all a little older now.
He's doing ads for hearing aids!
Great idea for a thread!
It make me remember when Larry Hagman was doing commercials for BVD underwear. His tagline?
(Imagine J.R. saying it,...
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