Dallas the Complete 14th Season on DVD

dallas season 14

You might have heard that Dallas is returning to television and that it will even have some of its original cast members returning. It is a great time to be a Dallas fan, not just because we will have new Dallas soon, but as of last month, the entire run of the original Dallas is now available on DVD. If you plan on watching the new Dallas, it might be a good idea to make your way through all 14 seasons of the original or take a short cut and just grab season 14 and find out how it ended. If you do, here is what you will get:

In its 14th and final season, Dallas goes out in a gusher of murders and kidnappings, lies and blackmail, seductions and schemes. J.R., Bobby and Cliff – three original characters so big only Big D could hold ’em – are at the heart of the action, surrounded by oil-country folks who joined the series over the years and a passel of dynamic newcomers. And of course there’s that Dallas hallmark, a white-knuckle cliffhanger. This time it’s a two-part finale inspired by It’s a Wonderful Life in which J.R.’s guardian from the great beyond shows the Lone Star State’s meanest rattler what the world would have been without him. Think everything’s for the better? Then you’re in for some surprises!

So get going and order your copy of Dallas: The Complete Fourteenth Season via Amazon and then get ready to set your DVRs to TNT soon.


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2 thoughts on “Dallas the Complete 14th Season on DVD

  1. I preordered this months ago and got it last week! I got through the end of it as of yesterday and am proud to say that it still holds up very well. In all actuality, it was a little bittersweet to watch, knowing how strong the show started and kept going strong until about 3/4 of the way through when their ratings started to wane.

    Also, the non-existent extras (meaning literally there are no extras) was quite disappointing. Other seasons on DVD offered such extras as commentary from the cast, a walk through of the ranch, and the history of the Dallas theme music.

    I have always been a rabid fan of Dallas. I had the Who Shot JR t-shirts and lunch boxes, I had the Dallas PC adventure game which was a little like the later Infocom games in that it had some graphics to go along with the mostly text adventure (the story centered around your being a detective hired by Sue Ellen to spy on JR), I had the Dallas playing card game which saw you buying oil fields and cattle, I have many books written about the series including an episode by episode breakdown with a ton of inside information in it, but it is these DVD’s that truly bring the nostalgia back for me time after time.

    For a laugh, hit up Google and search for Larry Hagman and Joy Behar interview. You will get to watch Joy Behar blindside Larry about his drug use and he immediately goes into full JR mode and turns the interview back against her! I love Larry Hagman!

    Cue the theme music! – Duh duh duh duh duh – duuuuuuuh duh duh!

  2. Also forgot to mention that you can catch Larry Hagman right now on Desperate Housewives. He was on last week and I believe that he is on this week as well. He is playing a wealthy senior citizen who marries Lynette’s Mom on the show.

    Funny story – Larry was going to be brought on to play a major villian across a 6 arc storyline for this season. Apparently he was going to kill Lynette’s Mom and frame Lynette for it. But after only a week on the set, the ladies who play the regulars on the show went to Marc Cherry the producer and asked him to have Larry removed from the show. It turns out Larry was making rude comments to them and had even propositioned one of them for sexual favors!

    Larry’s character was then quickly written out of the show after only a couple of episodes. Here’s hoping he has better behavior on the new set of Dallas!!

    Good old Jr. just doesn’t know when to quit!

    My source for this information is Michael Ausiello who used to be the main reporter for Entertainment Weekly and who now freelances and runs his own web site.

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