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Dallas: The Complete Fourteenth Season [5 Discs] [DVD]

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  • Release Date: 01/18/2011

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    The 14th and final season of Dallas finds ruthless oil executive J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) escaping from a mental institution, then resuming his Herculean efforts to wrest control of Ewing Oil from his brother Bobby (Patrick Duffy). It turns out that poor Bobby may well be vulnerable to J.R.'s conniving: his new wife, April (Sheree J. Wilson), has just been kidnapped and killed during their Parisian honeymoon by the insane Sheila Foley, alias Hillary Taylor (played by daytime-drama diva Susan Lucci). Even so, Bobby is determined to keep Ewing Oil out of J.R.'s hands, and to that end his sells his interests to billionairess LeeAnn De La Vega (played by Larry Hagman's onetime I Dream of Jeannie co-star Barbara Eden!), who is determined to get even with J.R. for seducing and abandoning her back in college. LeeAnn in turn sells the business to April Stevens' sister Michelle (Kimberly Foster), now the wife of J.R.'s illegitimate son, James Beaumont (Sasha Mitchell). After murdering Sheila Foley to avenge her sister's death, Michelle breaks up with James, but not before selling half-interest in Ewing Oil to J.R.'s lifelong enemy, Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval). With startling rapidity, J.R.'s world falls apart. First, Cliff gains full control of Ewing Oil; next, J.R. fails in his efforts to regain his fortune by purchasing Ewing Oil; then, his beloved son, John Ross (Omri Katz), abandons him to live in Europe with J.R.'s ex-wife, Sue Ellen; and James Beaumont likewise relocates abroad with his new bride, Debra Lynn (Deborah Tucker). J.R. doesn't even own the Southfork estate any more -- it's in the hands of Bobby, who generously but contemptuously doles out an allowance to his once-swaggering brother. Besotted with alcohol, J.R. contemplates ending it all -- -whereupon a rather odd-looking "angel" (Joel Grey) appears to show J.R. what life in Dallas would have been like if he'd never been born. And it is with this perverse spin on It's a Wonderful Life, capped by another "cliffhanger," that the 14-year saga of Dallas comes to an end. ~ Hal Erickson

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    • Larry Hagman - John Ross `J.R.' Ewing Jr.
    • Barbara Bel Geddes - Eleanor Ewing
    • Donna Reed - Eleanor Ewing
    • Jim Davis - John Ross `Jock' Ewing
    • Patrick Duffy - Bobby Ewing

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      The end After all the stupid storylines

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      The show lasted 14 seasons. All fans remember the start of the show, the good storylines and characters. They let the show go on too long. How stupid the storylines got. Here we go with the last season. They got rid of Miss Ellie and Lucy AGAIN for the entire season. We see Clayton a couple of times. For the last episodes we get to see Sue Ellen, Gary, Ray & Kristen with the stupid finale with Oscar winner Joel Grey. Bringing in Barbara Eden for a reunion with Larry for several episodes. Susan Lucci for several episodes with that horrible, made no sense storyline that killed the April character. Bobby moping for another wife lost, yet another woman to pick up the pieces. The James character, terrible. None of these storyline made SENSE. How many more shootings did we need, how many more murders. They did their style of the famous Dynasty shoot out. I had loved the show, but these last seasons were just bad. And, for the end of the show, why NO EXTRAS on here?

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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