This thread was inspired by a picture Via The Void used in a post from the "Dallas: Politically Incorrect"? thread. Via posted this great picture of Pam: That is a great picture of Pam isn't it? How many hairstyles do you think she had in her 10 seasons of Dallas? All the women had a bunch if different hairstyles and even hair colors throughout their careers on Dallas. There was a time, maybe season 8 or around there when almost all the women got their hair cut short. I don't know if the showrunner asked them to do that, or of they coincidentally almost all just happened to cut their hair much shorter than before. Anyway, this is my favorite look for Pam - this haircut is how I always remember her. It just says "1980s" doesn't it? I think that's my favorite style of any era. It's a subjective thing but objectively you can say that the 80s very much had its own look. I don't know that 30 or 40 years from now, people will be make to look at pictures of famous actresses from the present era and say "That look is very 2010 - 2019.' Somehow I doubt it. I don't think there's anything distinctive enough about it that would separate if from other decades. Whether people like the 80s or not, they certainly had their own unique identity, didn't they? The only woman who didn't ever cut her hair short on Dallas, as far as I remember, was Deborah Shelton. Like Victoria Principal above, Deborah Shelton's hair was also very 80s in style. I have always thought they were the two best looking women in Dallas.. Why would they let them both go at the end of the same season? I understand that with Victoria Principal they had no choice because she was determined to leave and take a shot at becoming a big movie star. That's what I remember Larry Hagman saying. He said he could understand it because she was at a age where she still was young enough that she had a shot of making it big in movies but she couldn't afford to wait much longer because, according to Larry (and I think he was right), the time frame for women in Hollywood to become movie stars is much smaller than the time frame for men. Actors can make to at practically any age, but, and this is unfair but true or it was true t the time he said it, if an actress doesn't become a big movie star by around 40 years old, give or take a few years, then her chances of ever making it are not very good. Back to the subject of the thread, for anyone who is interested, post a picture of a Dallas actor or actress when he or she had your favorite look out of their whole run on Dallas.