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Dallas: Season 6 (2007)

Larry Hagman , Victoria Principal  |  NR |  DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Larry Hagman, Victoria Principal, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Howard Keel
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Subtitled, Color, Full Screen, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Subtitles: Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 30, 2007
  • Run Time: 1380 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,159 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dallas: Season 6" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 28 episodes on five discs
  • "Power and Influence: The Dallas Legacy" featurette exploring the show's pop-culture influence then and now

Editorial Reviews

Dallas: The Complete Sixth Season begins with a bang: Miss Ellie (Barbara Bel Geddes), Bobby (Patrick Ewing) and Lucy (Charlene Tilton) vote to remove J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) as president of Ewing oil. Big stuff, but J.R. soon lands a job running competitor Harwood Oil. Meanwhile, in this classic primetime soap, J.R. and brother Bobby find themselves on opposite ends of a titanic clash set in motion by patriarch Jock Ewing’s will once the latter is declared legally dead. And now that he is officially deceased, Jock's widow, Miss Ellie, becomes interested in a social life again. This results in some discomfort for J.R., who wants his mom to be mom, despite having almost blackmailed her in the first place to release the will. Ludicrous as it all might sound, Dallas is always nothing less than absorbing, and the changes and surprises that come with the territory--the ever-shifting alliances, the come-from-behind victories, the constant scheming to tear down family and friends--are fascinating.

In Dallas: The Compete Fifth Season, J.R. won back his estranged wife, Sue Ellen (Linda Gray). Yet she seems to be having second thoughts about life as a Ewing, prompting J.R. to take another crack at convincing her to stay with him--while doing his bidding in unscrupulous business maneuvers, of course. Sue Ellen and sister-in-law Pamela (Victoria Principal) become unexpectedly close, and even more unexpected is Pamela's request to husband Bobby that he drop the fraternal competition with J.R. to run Ewing Oil for good. Abortions, tensions, and a chance for longtime, obsessive enemy of the Ewings Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval), so recently comatose, to get even with his nemesis are all on the menu. As usual, watching Dallas is like witnessing a car crash and being too mesmerized to leave. --Tom Keogh

Product Description

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 as president of Ewing Oil. And it ends with fire: Southfork ablaze, with four Ewings trapped by roaring flames. In between, J.R. and Bobby bare-knuckle it out in their biggest fight yet over Ewing Oil, thanks to their father's will. It seems Jock just couldn't decide who should inherit, so he split the company in half and gave his boys one year to see who could make the biggest bucks ? and win the whole shebang. Plus Bobby and Pam split up, J.R. and Sue Ellen remarry and J.R. sees Cuba's jail system from the wrong side of the bars. Add a Texas whirlwind of lying, cheating and bed hopping and, as J.R. might say, "Darlin', this here is Dallas!"

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165 of 170 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Warner Home Video - Speed up the release dates! December 13, 2006
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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.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Season October 29, 2006
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.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Dallas season 6(really season 5) is some other seasons, the storylines and arcs in this season come fast and strong. I even liked this season more than season 3, which everyone seems to favor the most. But i think this is my favorite with the season before it maybe in 2nd place.The end of the previous season, everyone finds out Cliff Barnes attempted suicide partly because of being cheated by J.R.Miss Ellie tells him something to the effect of" You are a cold and unfeeling man,J.R, and as soon as BObby gets back( from California with pam, investigating christophers birth),I will dismantle you as president of Ewing OIL", and in this season opener, she does just that...Little does she know J.R, soon runs another oil business,Harwood Oil, via a pretty little thing named Holly Harwood, who at once becomes Jr's reluctant ally,and then rival. Holly plans her revenge,and has much to do with changing his and SueEllens life in a way that has reprecussions for the rest of the series.The previous seasons, you got glimpses that Pam and Bobbys marraige was headed for trouble.When Jocks will is read and announces the fight for Ewing oil, their marraige cannot survive the intense change in Bobby and the toll it takes.In some episodes Bobby is irritable and downright nasty!(around the time he and ray are following Walt Driscoll), and this is the first season Bobby resorts to J.R like tactics like blackmail, to get his way in the business world..also worth mentioning is the more prominent reintroduction ( she was introduced in a previous season as were many other characters)of Cliff and pams devious half sister Katherine Wentworth, and Prescilla Pointer as their mother, Rebecca respectively. Miss Ellie gets closer with Clayton.... Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Television was Never Better July 5, 2008
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"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.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Season FIVE, really: the year of Jock's will March 16, 2007
Here comes another season of J.R.'s (Larry Hagman) double-dealing ways as he attempts, this time, to wrench control of Ewing Oil from his brother and his mother. The body count rises, literally and figuratively, as the dastardly anti-hero works his machinations for his ultimate ends.

New characters are introduced that play important parts in the developing story line while other characters find themselves more embroiled in the ongoing saga of the Ewing clan.

As far as the new are concerned, prominent among those are Holly Harwood (Lois Chiles) as a reluctant ally to J.R. She finds herself initially fascinated by the oil man but soon sees the real J.R. and eventually must decide where her allegiance lies.

Mark Grayson (John Beck) becomes the "third wheel" in a love triangle that causes a rift in the seemingly unbreakable marriage of Bobby (Patrick Duffy) and Pam (Victoria Principal).

Ray's cousin, Mickey (Timothy Patrick Murphy) becomes the love interest of Lucy but, unfortunately, meets tragedy at the hands of one of the victims of J.R.'s dirty deals.

As far as the "old," Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) continues her "abused wife" ways as she remarries J.R., knowing full well his track rate for "faithfulness."

Ray (Steve Kanaly) and wife Donna (Susan Howard) have their own problems as she tries to balance marriage with an ever-rising political career.

Afton (Audrey Landers) must contend with her love for Cliff (Ken Kercheval) and his obsession with bringing down the Ewings and his love for Sue Ellen.

Lucy (Charlene Tilton) goes through divorce bangs and her burgeoning attraction to Mickey.
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What hapend with the spanish subtitles????
YEAH!! We need Spanish Subtitles for the Spanish speaking fans.
May 29, 2007 by Martin E. Villarreal |  See all 6 posts
Spanish subtitles
What's the logic behind issuing the first five seasons with Spanish subtitles and then release this one without them? This is terribly unfair for Dallas' fans!! Can we expect a Sixth Season (and subsequent ones) with subtitles or not?
Feb 5, 2007 by A.A.G. |  See all 3 posts
when are the other seasons coming out?
hopefully soon
Jan 24, 2007 by Jeremy Warner |  See all 3 posts
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