Dallas had some ground breaking storylines, and this was one of them.
I'm very proud of how they handled it.
Next time you do a rewatch when Cliff Barnes strikes it big in the Gulf, see if you notice something.
First, the events leading up:
Pam is going...
The interesting thing about Rip Brown is that he is one of many Dallas actors who started out doing Westerns.
Good point, and we can see this pendulum swing during the Dallas run.
We forget now, but the original miniseries was decidedly darker. It has a...
There were multiple Grizzled characters on the show that could fit this lurking description, as now given to us easily via the internet.
In case you didn't see this in the ABC's of Dallas.
Mark Graison's baby pic:
And even in Mark Graison's car! Almost like something from a dream.
Z- The Zenith of Cliff's oil career.
Look at this picture (and thank you for uploading it, Guzzler). This is a clear turn of events....
You are right! The Odessa-Midland area.
My friends and I notice our accents come and go depending on where we spend time. When we're out in the...
Mark Graison baby picture
Clever name for this Character.
James Richard Beaumont. J.R. for short.
Well, we often play Jeff Foxworthy on the cassette deck in that truck!
And yes, I did say cassette deck. Not all of us a president of Ewing Oil.
I've been enjoying your posts for some time. You always have something fun to add.
Want to hear something interesting? For a long time I...
@KayLloyd I've been enjoying your posts, and didn't mean to leave you out. Glad you liked it!
@Bill Dilks @Taylor Bennett Jr. @Kenny Coyote @Billy Wall
See if you can guess who is driving this particular Texas ride.
Good point, Bill. As happens sometimes, a great actress in the wrong role and it just doesn't "fit".
By the way, it's only three months until we...
We're doing a re-watch now and we are on the Donna Reed episodes. We noticed two things:
1) They needed a Miss Ellie to hold some of the plot...
This is a very interesting thread. All of you make some good points and it is fun to read what you are saying.
I'd like you to look at Oxford's...
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