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Clayton Farlow (Character)
from "Dallas" (1978)

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Dallas: Season 14: Episode 22 -- Adam, a visiting angel, gives despairing J.R. a view of what life would have been like had he never been born, in a special two hour series finale.

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Clayton Farlow once owned the Southern Cross Ranch in San Angelo... See more »


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  1. "Dallas"
        - Conundrum (1991) TV episode, Played by Howard Keel
        - The Decline and Fall of the Ewing Empire (1991) TV episode, Played by Howard Keel
        - Some Leave, Some Get Carried Out (1991) TV episode, Played by Howard Keel
        - Farewell, My Lovely (1991) TV episode, Played by Howard Keel
        - Those Darned Ewings (1991) TV episode, Played by Howard Keel
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  1. Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork (2004) (TV) Played by Howard Keel
  2. "SoapTalk"
        - Episode dated 11 November 2003 (2003) TV episode, Played by Howard Keel
  3. "Dallas"
        - Wedding Bell Blues (1989) TV episode, Played by Howard Keel

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From "Dallas: The Family Ewing (#9.1)" (1985)
J.R. Ewing: Of course, you didn't know. How could you have known? You were too busy rollin' around in bed with that saddle-tramp. Or maybe it was gettin' stinkin' drunk at some motel.
Clayton Farlow: J.R., stop it!
J.R. Ewing: You're never around when anybody needs you. John Ross almost died; Bobby did die. All you ever think about is yourself.
Sue Ellen Ewing: That isn't true.
J.R. Ewing: Get out of here, Sue Ellen. Go back to your cowboy, go back to your bottle. I don't care where you go, just *get out of my sight!*
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