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Dallas - Season 5 [DVD] 
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The complete fifth season of familial and political wranglings in the Ewing oil empire. Episodes comprise: 'Missing Heir', 'Gone, But Not Forgotten', 'Showdown At San Angelo', 'Little Boy Lost', 'The Sweet Smell of Revenge', 'The Big Shut Down', 'Blocked', 'The Split', 'Five Dollars a Barrel', 'Starting Over', 'Waterloo at Southfork', 'Barbecue Two', 'The Search', 'Denial', 'Head of the Family', 'The Phoenix', 'My Father, My Son', 'Anniversary', 'Adoption', 'The Maelstrom', 'The Prodigal', 'Vengeance', 'Blackmail', 'The Investigation', 'Acceptance' and 'Goodbye, Cliff Barnes'.
Blink while watching Dallas: The Complete Fifth Season, and one might miss some of the fastest moving nastiness ever seen on the granddaddy of primetime soaps. Hovering over everything is the tragic loss of grizzled patriarch Jock Ewing (Jim Davis, who died prior to season 5), off on business in South America but dead before he returns to Southfork Ranch and the arms of Miss Ellie (Barbara Bel Geddes). While the widow grieves for her loss, charming scoundrel J.R. (Larry Hagman) finds new lows to reach as he conspires to woo estranged wife Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) back to Southfork and blackmail younger brother Bobby (Patrick Duffy) into abandoning his shares in Ewing Oil, thus giving J.R. control. Even J.R.'s schemes mask deeper ploys: getting back Sue Ellen means getting back their toddler son, John Ross, which means adding John Ross's ten shares to J.R.'s arsenal. Sheesh.
There's also more collateral damage than ever from J.R.'s machinations, notably the complete destruction of chronic loser Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval), whose romantic overtures toward Sue Ellen stand in J.R.'s way. Not only does poor Cliff lose Sue Ellen's affections, he falls hook, line, and sinker for a fake deal dangled by a J.R. confederate, costing him the respect and support of his family and threatening his health. But there's also the infant son of Sue Ellen's late sister to think about: Bobby and baby-starved Pam (Victoria Principal) want to adopt him, but J.R. claims to be the father and threatens to take the boy away. (How do most of these people manage to live under the same Southfork roof?) Meanwhile, young Lucy (Charlene Tilton) deals with divorce and the emotional aftermath of being held hostage, and Jock's son Ray (Steve Kanaly) threatens his marital stability with impulsive investments in real estate. Everything comes to a head with a new eruption in the old Ewing-Barnes family feud, and an internal fight for control of the Ewing empire. Down and dirty, and completely irresistible. A nice special feature provides a tour of the real-life Southfork ranch. --Tom KeoghSee all Product Description
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This glossy drama just keeps on growing from strength to strength, and the hits keep right on-a coming. The opening episode of this season allows us to find out who the body in the Southfork pool is and in later episodes we say goodbye to a well-loved character plus welcome the addition of a fateful character who was to make her mark in later seasons in more ways than one.
Season 5 of "Dallas" treats us to some beautifully filmed episodes at both Southfork Ranch in Braddock and the Southern Cross Ranch in San Angelo which belongs to the wealthy Farlow clan - Clayton (Howard Keel) and crippled Son, Stephen 'Dusty' (Jared Martin). The Southern Cross is also the new abode for J.R.'s estranged wife, Sue Ellen and their Son, John Ross, but the question is - for how long, as courtroom battles for the custody of J.R. III soon get underway.
Don't be afraid to add this Box Set to your growing collection of Series episodes from this acclaimed Television Drama!
So I won't be ordering any more DVD's (even though I'm a PRIME member). Had to go to PLAY .COM in the end!!!
This has to be the most disfunctional family in history!!!!! Brilliant
Jock's death also allows Barbara Bel Geddes to display her great acting ability as Miss Ellie struggles to come to terms with his death, shows a softer side to JR - he falls to pieces for a while until he realises his son John Ross is a reason to carry on - and allows Bobby to show his strength as he keeps the family going at a crucial time. Above all with Jock out of the picture JR becomes the "daddy" of dallas which is as it should be!
A good season also for Sue Ellen and especially her love/hate relationship with JR; she tries to strike out on her own and is courted by both Clayton Farlow ( the excellent Howard Keel ) and Cliff Barnes but ultimately she realises that while she can't live with JR, she can't live without him either. It's great the way JR schemes his way back into her affections and even as we the audience shout at the tv screen for her not to be so stupid as to go back to him are secretly glad she does - and all the wonderful fireworks this leads onto over the next few years!
Pam is as beautiful as ever but has a fairly low-key season, the first few episodes she is depressed and spends time at a clinic before turning into the doting mother over adopted baby Christopher ( JR/Kristen's love child ).
Of the lesser characters, Lucy and Ray have their usual tedious storylines but I'm sure they have their fans too.
So I would certainly recommend buying this - beginning with this season and for the next few years up until the notorious dream season it just gets better and better.
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