Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Dallas The Complete Sixth Season|
Actors: Larry Hagman, Victoria Principal, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Howard Keel
Genres: Drama, Television
The saga of the wealthy Ewing family continues in its sixth season - full of sibling wars, adultery, reconciliation and power struggles. Season 6 starts with ice: J.R. gets the cold shoulder when the family votes him out a... more »
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Warner Home Video - Speed up the release dates!
TexanInWashington | Monroe, WA | 12/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If anybody from Warner Home Video is reading this, have you thought about the implications of releasing a 13-season DVD series at the rate of two seasons per year? This puts Season 13 being released in August of 2010! All of us Dallas fans would like to get the whole collection while the world is still using the current DVD format! Who's to say what the fast-moving rate of technology will have moved us all on to by then. If you're a fan and feel the same way, I ask you second the sentiment and lend your vote by finding this review helpful."
Clavinbot | TX | 10/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am excited to have another great season on the way, and I agree that they should speed up release because I love the later years and I want to see them now. Anyway, 5 is a great year, some say the best, with the year long battle for Ewing Oil, JR and Sue Ellen remarrying and then hitting the rocks again, Bobby and Pam splitting, Ellie romancing Clayton and much more, it is definitely a strong contender for most important year of the series. Starring all the same cast returning from the last year including Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, and Charlene Tilton, as well as Also Starring Audrey Landers, Jared Martin, Priscilla Pointer, John Beck, and Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow, it's a very entertaining season that really holds up well even today."
Good Fun, but where are the extras?
Les G. Solomon | NSW, Australia | 02/26/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"From memory this was the last great series of "Dallas" Season 7 started to slip down hill and get repetitious, Barbara Bel Geddes did a lot less and the storylines became more irrational. So fans should enjoy this series, which really was the top of the mountain . I do feel, however, that it is dfisappointing that after the first two box sets there have been no interviews with the actors or (better still) commentaries. The early commentaries were a hoot, where have they gone? Or did the actors feel there was nothing else to say? I would love to hear what Steve Kanaly or Charlene Tilton had to say about Timothy Patrick Murphy, the highly promising young actor who played Mickey in this series, but tragically had his life and career cut short only five years later by dying of AIDS."
Television was Never Better
Gregory A. Moorehead | New Brunswick, NJ USA | 07/05/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
""Dallas", in my opinion is the best television show of all time, and this season illustrates why it is so. The stories revolve around universal and timeless themes such as the love-hate relationships among family members; the internal and external battle over the use of power for good or evil; the struggle to restore trust to tattered relationships; coming to terms with the death of a loved-one; and the hurt, fear and healing subsequent to sexual abuse. "Dallas" was never better than it was this season, aside from season 10 (which I hope will soon be released) this was the last truly great season. There has never been, and there never will be a show as thoroughly entertaining as "Dallas". Much of the success of this season can be attributed to the performances of the cast. Was there ever any other performer who possessed a character the way Larry Hagman did J.R.? Was there ever a character you loved to hate as much as you did J.R. (and at times still found yourself rooting for him)? How Larry Hagman never won an Emmy is simply beyond comprehension. Linda Gray as Sue Ellen Ewing was nothing short of brilliant, and Barbara Bel Geddes (the only cast member to win an Emmy for her work on the show) repeatedly gave reserved, but incredibly powerful performances. Great stories and exceptional performances make "Dallas" as entertaining today as it was twenty-five years ago."