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Dallas 13 Seasons 1986

Season 10
(96) IMDb 7.1/10

1. Return to Camelot Part 1 TV-NR CC

Bobby is alive and touches the lives of the Ewings, Farlows, Krebbs, and Barnes in the new season premiere.

Starring:
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy
Runtime:
48 minutes
Original air date:
September 26, 1986

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Season 10

Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Leonard Katzman
Starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy
Supporting actors Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo, Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison, Shalane McCall, Deborah Rennard, Don Starr, Joshua Harris, Fern Fitzgerald, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino
Season year 1987
Network Warner Bros.
Producers Calvin Clements Jr., Cliff Fenneman, Leonard Katzman, David Paulsen
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By The Calloway's on September 20, 2008
Format: DVD
This is one of my absolute favorite seasons of the show. To me actually, this is where the real show begins-I'm a tremendous fan of the later years and these are the releases I have really been waiting for. With Patrick Duffy back, and Dack Rambo in the main title, and also starring Steve Forrest, Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison, and Sheree J Wilson, this season is of course infamous for returning the show to "reality" by making the last year a dream. However, with Leonard Katzman and David Paulsen back in charge of the show, the real Dallas came back after the disappointing and weak year without Bobby. There is excitement, intrigue related to the oil business, bad behavior, reunions and breakups that had been waiting to happen, and huge epic events for the show as a whole. Just in general it is the show at it's best, with yet another classic cliffhanger.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By jarhead76 on October 15, 2010
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After watching season 10 of "Dallas", I realized a couple of things. First of all, the picture quality is disappointing compared to the earlier seasons. It almost looks like VCR-quality picture at times. Secondly, it is a nice comeback season after the horrible 9th season which turned out to be a dream. Thirdly, while it is enjoyable, it is generally uneven and does not capture the magic of the terrific earlier seasons (seasons 3 through 7).

Some of the major storylines during the season include J.R.'s secret dealings with a terrorist, the return of Jock Ewing in the body of Wes Parmalee, Sue Ellen's master plan to get even with J.R., the whole Bobby/Jenna/Pam/Ray/Donna love triangle, and the whole Cliff/April/Jamie/Jack connection.

First let's start with the best storyline: J.R.'s dealings with a terrorist. With the American oil industry struggling, J.R. secretly comes up with an idea to hire a mercenary to blow up oil fields in Saudi Arabia to help increase the price of oil. With each subsequent episode, J.R. seems to get in deeper and deeper. Eventually it reaches a point where people lives are on the line and J.R.'s money cannot get him out of this situation. You begin to realize that J.R. has really stepped over the line this time. This is more than the blackmailing of a top official. People's lives are seriously put at stake here. However, J.R., true to form, explains it to the family as if he was an innocent bystander sucked into a terrorist's plot and then had the courage to blow the whistle. This storyline and its aftermath ran the bulk of the season and ultimately brought major changes going into season 11. It made for great drama, as you knew that the terrorist was dangerous and you waited for his next move.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Forrest C. Hopson on September 3, 2009
Format: DVD
I'm looking very forward to seeing this season 10 of "Dallas," for I missed many of it's original run episodes due to having lost interest in the show's "storylines" after the excellent ninth season became a great big "dream."

I believe that anything explaining Bobby's "death" by returning him back to the show would have been much more welcomed by the show's fans, other than the whole ninth season being explained as Pam's "dream." This disrupted the show too much and caused the whole ninth season's great storyline's to unravel and the show's watchers were pretty much being told to "forget" the whole past year's events, due to Pam having had a nightmare. "You've gotta be kiddin'??" Many fans, like me, were no doubt asking themselves. If Patrick Duffy and the show's producers were so determined to bring him back to the show, couldn't the writers come up with something more creative than simply saying the whole ninth season had been a product of Pam's imagination as she lay sleeping? Creative? I don't think so, just plain lazy on the part of the show's writers.

The writers could have brought Patrick Duffy back to "Dallas" with a lot more creative options, such as; (1) Explain Bobby's death by saying that Weststar kidnaps Bobby from the hospital and allows the family to believe that Bobby has died. Keeping Bobby held prisoner at their business compound, they subject him to hypnotists, who try to learn more about what he knows about Ewing Oil and the various business' dealings concerning Weststar interests. Bobby escapes and returns home in "Season 10." (2) Mark Graison bribes some dishonest and greedy doctors at the hospital to fake Bobby's death and has Bobby moved a secluded medical facility.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. DiRienzo on July 8, 2008
Format: DVD
Dallas is the greatest drama series, I have ever watched. I am glad that Season 10 is coming on January 13, 2009. This season is the last one for Donna Krebbs and Pamela Barnes Ewing. I hope Warner Bros. has plans for the 4 remaining seasons, in the near future. Please release them on DVD, after Season 10! I would LOVE to see all the storylines, of Dallas released on DVD.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kasey G on December 31, 2011
Format: DVD
**NOTE- This review contains spoilers**

Who would have thought that so deep in its run, and after the off-the-rails fiasco of the "dream season", "Dallas" could bounce back so quickly with one of its best seasons ever?

After Patrick Duffy agreed to return to the show as Bobby Ewing in the second most-famous shower scene in history (behind "Psycho"), the writers had their work cut out for them in how to explain away the events of the previous season. This makes for some awkwardness in the storylines as the writers are forced to do some serious backtracking to get the plots rolling again. This gives the early episodes a strange sense of deja vu.

Pam and Bobby remarry but not before Ray blurts out that Jenna is pregnant with Bobby's child. Jenna comes off as especially bitter and angry this season, but Priscilla Presley delivers her best performance on "Dallas" during the scene when Pam offers to adopt the unborn baby.

Steve Forrest's original character Ben Stivers had to be re-written, because you don't just fire an actor like Steve Forrest. So now he's Wes Parmalee, who still has a mysterious interest in Miss Ellie--for good reason. It seems Wes is the reincarnation of the late Jock Ewing, which has Miss Ellie questioning her own sanity and culminates in a great showdown between Wes and Clayton (Howard Keel). Naturally J.R. is suspicious of Wes but it's Bobby who comes off incredibly hostile. Later, there's another great fight; this one between J.R. and Clayton.

Mrs. Krebbs Goes to Washington: Donna (Susan Howard) is still pregnant, but the baby no longer has Down's Syndrome. Howard looks positively radiant without makeup in the hospital scene after she's given birth to a baby girl.
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