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  • Actors: Larry Hagman, Victoria Principal, Barbara Bel Geddes, Linda Gray, Priscilla Presley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 26, 2014
  • Run Time: 1550 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0016I0AGY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,861 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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  • Episodes:1. The Family Ewing2. Rock Bottom3. Those Eyes4. Resurrection5. Saving Grace6. Mothers7. The Wind of Change8. Quandary9. Close Encounters10. Suffer the Little Children11. The Prize12. En Passant13. Goodbye Farewell and Amen14. Curiosity Killed the Cat15. The Missing Link16. Twenty-Four Hours17. The Deadly Game18. Blame it on Bogota19. Shadow Games20. Missing21. Dire Straits22. Overture23. Sitting Ducks24. Masquerade25. Just Desserts26. Nothing's Ever Perfect27. J.R. Rising28. Serendipity29. Thrice in a Lifetime30. Hello Goodbye Hello31. Blast From the Past

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Dallas: The Complete Ninth Season (DVD)

Customer Reviews

A bit disappointed how the season ends but that's Dallas.
AG
Interestingly enough, the show's original premise was to have Bobby die following his wedding to Pam, leaving the grieving widow to deal with the Ewings.
J. Pastrana
This video is of great quality and is economically priced.
J

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 27, 2008
Format: DVD
Well, here we are finally, at the release of the famous dream season. Now, after my last review where I got down on the last season, I found upon re-watching it that it was really quite good-I think all of Dallas is brilliant in it's way really. So, this season is different to be sure-Leonard Katzman was gone and the style of the show went very glamorous, very Dynasty-esque, and it is not at all like Dallas of before or after in many ways. Lucy is gone and that doesn't matter of course, but Bobby is also gone and that does indeed make a difference. The season itself has of course been hampered in retrospect by the fact that we now know none of it really happens. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of interesting twists and turns that keep the season good dramatically. The only question is how you will react to the different ways that the characters speak and act, and that I've found is more a matter of personal taste than anything else. I am not going to lie that this is probably my least favorite season of the show for these reasons I've listed above-but it still beats almost anything else from other shows, and it's still Dallas so it gets 5 stars, especially after I was pleasantly surprised by my re-viewing of the last season on DVD. With Barabara Bel Geddes back as Miss Ellie, and also starring Jared Martin as Dusty Farlow, Steve Forrest as Ben Stivers, Deborah Shelton as Mandy Winger, Jenilee Harrison as Jamie Ewing Barnes, Dack Rambo as Jack Ewing, Marc Singer as Matt Cantrell, and John Beck as Mark Graison.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Pastrana on March 29, 2008
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Ah the controversial dream season arrives! I guess we're not in Dallas anymore Toto. For that alone this deserves a five-star rating. Admittedly, many (if not all) Dallas fans were deeply conflicted about the show's attempt at adding a bit of gloss to the sudsy goings-on at Southfork. The void left in the wake of Patrick Duffy's departure would be felt throughout the season despite the extra testosterone supplied by Dack Rambo, Marc Singer and the return of John Beck. Interestingly enough, the show's original premise was to have Bobby die following his wedding to Pam, leaving the grieving widow to deal with the Ewings. And while the powers-that-be kept flirting with the idea (Mr. Hagman certainly played it this way for most of the show's run), even going so far this season as to set the perfect stage - the battle between Pam and JR never quite materializes - ill-veiled threats from both sides notwithstanding. While most of the new ideas meant to revitalize the show ultimately caused a kind of dissonance to its brand, they, at the least, made this particular season stand out. Frankly, had I been faced with trying to create excitement for the show at this point, why bother with Angelica Nero? I'd have negotiated a cross-over storyline with Dynasty. Imagine JR and Alexis playing a corporate "Strangers on a Train" deal of you destroy my enemy and I'll destroy yours. Nielsen would've blown a fuse! But I digress. This season is well worth Pam's extended REM cycle with enough intrigue and melodrama to keep everyone on tenterhooks until she flings open that shower door and finds there's no place like home.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Forrest C. Hopson on April 8, 2008
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"Dallas" Season 9 (1985-86) begins with final goodbyes to Bobby as the Ewing clan come together to pay their respects. This season sees the departure of Patrick Duffy, as Bobby, and the return of the much beloved Barbara Belle Geddes, as she reprises her role as Miss Ellie. Donna Reed, of course, exits the show, and new faces abound as Jenilee Harrison (Three's Company) as Jamie Ewing Barnes, Dack Rambo as Jack Ewing, Marc Singer as Matt Cantrell, and John Beck returns as Mark Graison. As mentioned in the previous reviews, "Season 9" is Pam Ewing's "dream season," and is quiet enjoyable in it's storyline and characters. The return of Patrick Duffy as Bobby Ewing in the following season, was no doubt an attempt to boost the shows TV ratings and put it back in the top spot. "Dallas" fans have seen "the best" of the series with these 9 season sets, with the shows producers and directors loosing the show's identity with far-fetched shcemes and over-the-top glamour that strays way too far from the original formula that made "Dallas" the traditional TV drama that viewers loved to endulge themselves in. The original formula of TV's "Dallas" guaranteed the viewer a season filled with fun and creative storylines which remained in a believable setting that the viewer had not only become familiar with, but enjoyed looking forward to the suspense and drama that came with each episodes deals, plots, and schemes! And as the season came to it's close it always gleefully culminated into a "season finale cliffhanger" that left you begging for more!Read more ›
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Geoff in Columbus on May 1, 2008
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Okay, so it was all a dream, but what a fun dream it was. The whole Angelica Nero/Dmitri Marinos plotline is vintage 80s (check out those crazy outfits Angelica wore!) and culminates in what is one of my all-time favorite Dallas lines: Harry McSween, JR's pet police detective,says to the struggling Angelica as he leads her out of JR's office at Ewing Oil "Come on, Ms. Nero, let's you and me take an elevator ride and I'll explain to you all about the Miranda decision." Now, you just don't get writing like that on TV nowadays. Five stars all the way for this season.
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Subtitles?
Yes there are English subtitles according to the Warner Home Video press release for Season 9:

"BURBANK, CA (March 18, 2008) - JR and the whole Ewing clan are back for another exhilarating season of backstabbing, lust, betrayal, and outrageous surprises when Warner Home Video debuts Dallas:... Read More
Jun 12, 2008 by Classic TV |  See all 2 posts
dallas is the best tv drama ever, period
Dallas is the best show ever produced for TV. I watched every episode more than once. I ordered the DVD collection and have watched it more than once. Love every episode of Dallas expecially the episode when Bobby comes back in the shower. Bringing Patrick Duffy back was the smartest move they... Read More
Apr 11, 2013 by beth |  See all 2 posts
Season 10 of Dallas?
Warner Home Video has said on the HTF internet chat that DALLAS Season 10 will be released in early 2009, and that the three DALLAS TV movies, i.e. "The Early Years", "J.R. Returns" and "War of the Ewings" will also get a DVD release at some point.

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Sep 15, 2008 by Classic TV |  See all 2 posts
DALLAS DVDs ARE REGION-FREE
I knew all seasons released so far have been. Although I have them on Region 2 (my area), I want to pre-order a R1 for Season "Nine", because that pre-order price is so good. Any ideas if they'll continue to be region-free?
Mar 28, 2008 by D. Brown |  See all 6 posts
DALLAS Season 9 selling very well on amazon
The previous Dallas DVD's had 3 episodes on each side and usually 5 discs. Season 9 is in a smaller package and has 4 episodes on each side of only 4 discs. So does anyone know if they are more compressed or lesser quality?
Jul 24, 2008 by J. B. Fleming |  See all 6 posts
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