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Dallas

The saga of the wealthy Ewing family - patriarch Jock Ewing, who started Ewing Oil; Miss Ellie, his wife, and their three sons - J.R., the ruthless CEO, married to Sue Ellen Shepard; Bobby, who married Pamela Barnes, daughter of the Ewing's chief business rival; and Gary, considered an outcast by his father, who moved to California.

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TV Special: Dallas Reunion: Return to So… Aired: Nov. 07, 2004

Seven of the show's original cast members (Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal and Charlene …

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Dallas is Canceled/Ended
The show had 14 seasons and 358 episodes air between 1978 and 1991.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Apr. 02, 1978
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
60 min.
Aired:
1978 - 1991
To-Date:
14 Seasons
358 Episodes
Network
CBS TV Network
Genre

Series Fun Facts

More Trivia
  • Susan Howard was only supposed to appear once as Donna Culver, but she impressed the producers enough that she eventually became a regular.
  • The house used as the "Southfork Ranch" house was an actual Texas residence, owned by Joe R. Duncan, or J.R. Duncan. When the show became popular, tourists from all over the world visited the…
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    The house used as the "Southfork Ranch" house was an actual Texas residence, owned by Joe R. Duncan, or J.R. Duncan. When the show became popular, tourists from all over the world visited the house day and night. The Duncan family was forced to sell the house and it is now a museum devoted to the show.
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  • When Patrick Duffy was asked to return to the show in 1986, his wife told him that the only way it could happen is if his character had actually died in a dream. This led the producers to…
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    When Patrick Duffy was asked to return to the show in 1986, his wife told him that the only way it could happen is if his character had actually died in a dream. This led the producers to decide that Bobby Ewing's death (in addition to the entire 1985-86 season) was just a figment of Pam Ewing's imagination.
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