Power, wealth, sex, glorious extravagance. One place has them all. "Dallas" foreshadowed the Greed Decade of the 1980s. It also changed the TV landscape, inspiring a string of sprawling, multi storyline dramas. Season 1 & 2 - 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. Season 3 - Yes, "Dallas" fans, this is the one, the season that begins with baby John's kidnapping and ends with what's probably the greatest cliffhanger in TV history: Who shot J.R.? Fortunes made and lost. Backstabbing, scheming, and manipulation. You'll find everything that makes "Dallas" a glorious wallow in the lives of the rich and dysfunctional. Villain extraordinaire J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) pokes a poisoned finger in every pie, stirring up trouble in the family and bringing Ewing Oil to the brink of financial ruin. When someone finally decides J.R. is too bad to live, suspects are as plentiful as tumbleweeds on the Texas plain. Season 4 - Who Shot J.R.? One of the men he cheated in business? One of the women he cheated in love? Or is the culprit closer to home: a member of the big, unhappy Ewing family who figured to reduce the weasel population of Texas by one? But there's still plenty of intrigue and emotional firestorms to come with a power struggle over Ewing Oil, political scandal, two weddings, two-timing, a dead body in the swimming pool and more "Dallas"-style fun and games. The welcome mat is out at Southfork. Come on in - but watch your back. Season 5 - Exit Jock Ewing. Enter The Fight For Ewing Oil. This year, tragedy visits Southfork, Jock Ewing - the tough, relentless founder of the vast Ewing Oil empire - dies in a helicopter crash. The family is devastated. But, after all, this is "Dallas," so grief eventually gives way to maneuvering, scheming and dirty dealing over the future of the Ewing millions. The fallout from Jock's death is just part of the drama in Season Five. Sue Ellen and J.R. divorce and fight over custody of their little son. Pam and Bobby open their hearts to an adorable baby with a past tied to Southfork. Cliff Barnes has J.R. facing financial ruin - but soon it's J.R. holding all the aces and Cliff holding the bag. Season 6 - The season starts with ice: J.R. gets the cold shoulder when the family votes him out as president of Ewing Oil. And it ends with fire: Southfork ablaze, with four Ewings trapped by roaring flames. In between, J.R. and Bobby bare-knuckle it out in their biggest fight yet over Ewing Oil, thanks to their father's will. It seems Jock just couldn't decide who should inherit, so he split the company in half and gave his boys one year to see who could make the biggest bucks. Plus Bobby and Pam split up, J.R. and Sue Ellen remarry and J.R. sees Cuba's jail system from the wrong side of the bars.
|Studio Name:||Warner Home Video|
|DVD Release Date:||01/30/2007|
|Run Time (in minutes):||0 minutes|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||4.728|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.5 x 12.0 x 7.44|
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