Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
But the Ewings more closely resembled the Kennedys.
L - Angelica Nero was a limmer.
If I pulled into Southfork, it would probably be in a Maintenance truck similar to this one.
N- JR Ewing reading a newspaper and surely up to no good.
O - Naldo Marchetta was an outerlin.
P - The principal cast member of Dallas before Hagman stole the show.
Q - Fred Hughes was a quaist.
Related casting agency.
The actor who played Fred Hughes was one of the many who were both on Dallas and Star Trek.
S - it was difficult for JR to remain sanguine about the prospects for his risky Asian lease gambit as bad news about the typhoon continued to roll in and the first mortgage payment on Southfork drew near
T - Angelica Nero was a thaumaturge.
U - this fine actor bore something of an uncanny resemblance to departed senator Jeff Flake
V - Tommy McKay was a vetcher.
W- Clayton often wrangled with JR over his decade on Dallas.
X - Leslie Stewart was a xanthous Xanthippe.
Y - though there's a bit of oil here and there in Arizona, it's not likely that Jock or even Digger would have tried to drill near Yuma
Z - James Beaumont belonged in a zoo.
A - though he was a strapping ex-football star, Bobby (seen here finishing up a vigorous run the morning of the 1978 Ewing Barbecue) had a somewhat adenoidal voice
B - Dandy Dandridge was a blatherskite.
C- In honor of Howard Keel's recent birth centennial, Clayton Farlow.
D - Charlie Wade was a dizzard.
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