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Dallas - Season 10
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Dallas - Season 10

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Cast: Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Victoria Principal, Linda Gray

 
At the tail end of Dallas' ninth season, Pamela Ewing (Victoria Principal) was awakened from her troubled slumbers by the sound of a familiar voice in her bathroom. Investigating, she peeked past the shower curtains -- and was astonished to find her ex-husband, Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy)

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At the tail end of Dallas' ninth season, Pamela Ewing (Victoria Principal) was awakened from her troubled slumbers by the sound of a familiar voice in her bathroom. Investigating, she peeked past the shower curtains -- and was astonished to find her ex-husband, Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy), who had presumably been killed at the end of the series' eighth season, alive and well! How could this be? Well, the opening scene of season ten explains all. Bobby was never killed -- and the entire ninth season was all a nightmare, dreamed up by poor Pamela! Thus, the writers have blithely negated everything that has happened during the previous season, and from this point forward, not even the most loyal of the series' fans will ever be able to take Dallas entirely seriously again. Be that as it may, season ten does offer a few interesting plot developments, as well as a handful of new characters. Having been humiliated time and again by her ruthless oil-tycoon husband, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) gets even by setting up her own lingerie business, using J.R.'s erstwhile mistress Mandy Winger (Deborah Shelton) as his star model.

Meanwhile, Southfork is invaded by April Stevens (Sheree J. Wilson), former wife of J.R.'s cousin Jack Ewing, who like everyone else in the family is determined to carve out her own piece of the Ewing millions, by hook or by crook. (April will eventually marry J.R.'s brother Bobby, though he is blissfully unaware of this now.) Also making his first appearance is Ben Stivers (aka Wes Parmalee, played by Steve Forrest), who throws a monkey wrench into the connubial bliss of Miss Ellie Ewing (Barbara Bel Geddes) and her second husband, Clayton Barlow (Howard Keel), by posing as Miss Ellie's presumed-dead first husband, Jock. And in another development, the marriage between J.R.'s half-brother, Ray Krebbs (Steve Kanaly), and his ambitious wife, Donna (Susan Howard), totally collapses when Donna attaches herself to the influential Senator Dowling (Jim McMullan). Getting back to Pamela and Bobby, the couple decides to celebrate his "return from the grave" by getting married all over again. Alas, a happy ending is not in the cards: at the end of season ten, Pamela is seriously injured in an auto accident. Since Victoria Principal had announced her intention to leave the series, viewers braced themselves for the likelihood that Pamela has been killed -- and at the same time, they cynically awaited another likelihood, that the whole thing was yet another "Bobby in the shower" hoax!

Product Details

Release Date:
01/13/2009
UPC:
0883929051632
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono]
Time:
22:55:00
Sales rank:
11,414

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Dallas - Season 10 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DebraKY More than 1 year ago
This wasn't the best season of all. I thought it started out slow but got more exciting toward the end of the season. Can't wait for Season 11 that comes out in April!!
Tigger_Lady More than 1 year ago
You can't help but love to hate JR!
piper7 More than 1 year ago
I have been a fan of Dallas for the longest time... I have every dvd so far and I will keep purchasing them as they come out!!! These dvds are worth owning!!!!
Crystal25 More than 1 year ago
Dallas is still one the best TV dramas ever. It's got everything one needs to forget the days troubles and immerse oneself in the life of the Ewings and Barneses and all the other wonderful characters that captured the worlds TV audience years ago! Keep it coming!
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