Dallas (1978–1991)
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Triangle 

Ray has fallen for Garnet McGee, the hottest new country singer in town, but she is ambitious and her career comes first, so she turns her affections to rich J.R. who gladly offers to finance her music. Ray becomes dangerously jealous.

Director:

Vincent McEveety

Writers:

David Jacobs (created by), Camille Marchetta | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Barbara Bel Geddes ... Miss Ellie Ewing
Jim Davis ... Jock Ewing
Patrick Duffy ... Bobby Ewing
Linda Gray ... Sue Ellen Ewing
Larry Hagman ... J.R. Ewing
Steve Kanaly ... Ray Krebbs
Victoria Principal ... Pamela Barnes Ewing
Charlene Tilton ... Lucy Ewing
Kate Mulgrew ... Garnet McGee
Ed Call Ed Call ... Sam Gurney (as Edward Call)
Larry French Larry French ... Dick Norton
Meg Gallagher Meg Gallagher ... Louella
Nancy Bleier ... Connie
Harry Middlebrooks Harry Middlebrooks ... Mervin Hall
Michael Dudikoff ... Joe Newcomb
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Storyline

Ray has a new love interest in his life, who seems to set some of the women of Southfork off, including Lucy, who feels left out since Ray has no time for her anymore. JR, on the other hand, can't stand that Ray has someone new in his life and has not interest in JR. Written by Moviedude1

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Details

Country:

USA

Release Date:

26 November 1978 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Lorimar Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Lucy Ewing: I want your help, J.R. I know you all just think I'm dreamin' about being a singer, but I'm not, I've got talent, I really have, I know it.
J.R. Ewing: [interrupting] Now if I remember correctly, last year, you wanted to join a circus and put on black tights and dance on a horse's back...
Lucy Ewing: That was different, J.R., I'm older now. I'm older.
J.R. Ewing: No, no, it's exactly, exactly the same thing to me, honey.
Lucy Ewing: No, it's not, J.R, please, just back me with Granddaddy. He'll let me if you say it's okay, he will.
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Referenced in Dallas: Conundrum (1991) See more »

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