Doing Dallas (2000)

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Interesting British-made documentary on the enduring cult appeal of US super-soap 'Dallas' (1978-1991). New interviews with cast and crew are mixed with favourite clips ("Who shot J.R.?", "... See full summary »

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Himself / J.R.Ewing
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Himself / Bobby Ewing
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Herself / Sue Ellen Ewing
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Himself / Cliff Barnes
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Himself / Ray Krebbs
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Pamela Barnes Ewing (archive footage)
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Interesting British-made documentary on the enduring cult appeal of US super-soap 'Dallas' (1978-1991). New interviews with cast and crew are mixed with favourite clips ("Who shot J.R.?", "Bobby's return in the shower" etc), never before seen out-takes and comedy moments from practical joker Larry Hagman. Written by tigon

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Follows Dallas: War of the Ewings (1998) See more »

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Downbeat, depressing tone. A wasted opportunity.
16 May 2000 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Doing Dallas was screened as part of Channel 4's Dallas night, April 2000 in the UK. While it is always nice to see old cast members of shows and knowing how they are these days (why do we care so much?), this programme had a terribly depressing feeling to it. It was almost defeatist, instead of celebrating a great 13-season show, it almost seemed like it was trying to discredit Dallas' success.

I loved Dallas, and I loved Knots Landing, but if you want to see a celebration of great old shows, give this a miss.


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