Director: Leonard Katzman Dwight Adair Starring: Barbara Bel Geddes Patrick Duffy Larry Hagman Victoria Principal
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|Dallas foreshadowed the Greed Decade of the 1980s. It also changed the TV landscape, inspiring a string of sprawling, multi storyline dramas. Patrick Duffy, Victoria Principal and more play Texas sons and daughters whose lives revolve around oil, family and power. And Larry Hagman portrays petroleum magnate J.R. Ewing, whose pursuit of, in no particular order, money and clout knows no limits. During the series' run, he was the man everyone loved to hate. As you'll discover, everyone still does.|
"...fans are going to love revisiting this classic prime time soap, and new fans will get to see what they missed out on if they were born too late. DVDMovieCentral.com
"...great fun and solid entertainment DVDVerdict.com
"...one of those rare shows that remain entertaining no matter how ridiculous it gets. Ross Ruediger, Bullz-Eye.com
Editor's NoteWhen DALLAS premiered on network television in 1978, it became the first nighttime soap opera. Soon thereafter, it became a nationwide sensation. The series follows the lives of several wealthy families live, love, and lust in the oil-driven world of Dallas, Texas. Starring Larry Hagman as the nefarious J.R. Ewing, the series also boasts a talented supporting cast, including Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Victoria Principal, Jim Davis, Linda Gray, Charlene Tilton, and many more. This release contains all twenty-nine episodes from the show's stellar first two seasons.
Cast & Crew
|Barbara Bel Geddes|
|Travilla, Winner, Outstanding Costumes for a Series|
|Barbara Bel Geddes, Winner, Outstanding Lead Actress|
|Bruce Broughton, Winner, Outstanding Music Composition|
Golden Globe (1982)
|Barbara Bel Geddes, Winner, Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Drama|