Dallas: The Movie Collection came out on DVD April 12th. I received a copy to watch and loved that it had footage on it that I had never seen before. I’ve watched many of the movies from Dallas in the past, I’ve seen J. R. Returns, The War of the Ewings and I loved watching Return to Southfork. Return to Southfork brought the actors all together and they discussed what it was like working together and what their favorite scenes were. It was full of footage from years of Dallas. I’m mean, Dallas was awesome in it’s day running from 1978, two years before I was even born to 1991 where I had the chance to actually watch it for a few years. I’m sure I’ve seen many more episodes than I can possibly remember because my WHOLE family watched Dallas. My mom loved it, and my granny and papa on my Dad’s side had it on every Friday night. (I think it came on Friday nights) Anyways, I was allowed to watch it as a kid. Not sure I would let my kids watch it, but Dallas is a lot better than the crap on T.V. now.
Dallas: The Movie Collection Synopsis: Big D gets even bigger with three movies and a cast reunion! From 1978 to 1991, the TV series Dallas grew legions of fans with compulsively watchable tales of greed, sex and schemes – most masterminded by smilin’ J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), the double-dealing oilman folks love to hate. Dallas was so popular, it also spawned the four exciting pieces in this special collection, starting with a prequel (The Early Years) that sets the stage for the drama to come. The other three, starring Hagman and more beloved cast members, include reunion movies (J. R. Returns, The War of the Ewings) that plunge a wheeling-dealing J.R. into plots to take over Ewing Oil and a fascinating retrospective (Return to Southfork) brimming with clips, outtakes, and reminiscences from your favorite Dallas stars.
Check out this clip from Dallas: The Movie Collection.
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