Dallas: The Complete Fifth Season (Repackaged/DVD)
|Contributor||Jim Davis, Steve Kanaly, Leonard Katzman, Charlene Tilton, Ken Kercheval, Larry Hagman, Victoria Principal, Susan Howard, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Barbara Bel Geddes, Philip Capice, Leigh McCloskey See more|
|Number Of Discs||6|
|Runtime||21 hours and 23 minutes|
Dallas: The Complete Fifth Season (Repackaged/DVD) Power, wealth, sex ... and glorious extravagance. They all find a home in the sprawling saga of the Ewing clan in Dallas. Revel in the saga that held the world in thrall for more than a decade: Led by the man everyone loves to hate, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), there is no limit to what members of this family will do in the pursuit of power, wealth and revenge in a feud that started 40 years ago over an empire in oil and the love of a woman.
Dallas: The Complete Fifth Season (Repackaged/DVD)
Power, wealth, sex ... and glorious extravagance. They all find a home in the sprawling saga of the Ewing clan in Dallas. Revel in the saga that held the world in thrall for more than a decade: Led by the man everyone loves to hate, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), there is no limit to what members of this family will do in the pursuit of power, wealth and revenge in a feud that started 40 years ago over an empire in oil and the love of a woman.]]>
- MPAA rating : NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 0.7 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches; 7.23 Ounces
- Media Format : NTSC
- Run time : 21 hours and 23 minutes
- Release date : March 27, 2018
- Actors : Barbara Bel Geddes, Jim Davis, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman
- Dubbed: : English
- Producers : Philip Capice, Leonard Katzman
- Studio : WarnerBrothers
- ASIN : B0788XV98Q
- Number of discs : 6
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DALLAS: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON (26 episodes)
MISSING HEIR: The identify of the dead woman floating in the pool is revealed. J.R. and Cliff accuse each other of murder and both are questioned by police.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTON: J.R. and Cliff testify at the inquest. A grieving Sue Ellen takes action to put an end to her marriage.
SHOWDOWN AT SAN ANGELO: J.R. uses Miss Ellie to gain access to the Southern Cross Ranch and his son as Sue Ellen has misgivings about building a new life with Dusty.
LITTLE BOY LOST: Sue Ellen and J.R. begin a custody battle against one another for John Ross, as J.R. snoops for information to unravel Sue Ellen's pursuits.
THE SWEET SMELL OF REVENGE: As they prepare to do battle for temporary custody of John Ross, J.R. produces a scheme to undermine Sue Ellie's chances. But the "wheels of justice" do not turn in J.R.'s favor this time around.
THE BIG SHUT DOWN: Clayton Farlow refuses to give in to J.R.'s demands. Bobby makes arrangements to buy more information regarding the identify of the father of Kristin's baby. Pam fears how her psychiatric treatment will end up.
BLOCKED: J.R. seeks revenge on Dusty Farlow's family business, as he begins buying and storing all the oil that was originally promised to the Farlow company. His deal is to turn over the oil in exchange for his son, John Ross, who is staying at the Farlow's Southern Cross ranch with Sue Ellen.
THE SPLIT: Ellie receives a shocking legal document from Jock which affects the future of Ewing Oil. Jock continues on his mission in South America for the State Department. J.R. has a confrontation with Dusty at the Cotton Bowl stadium.
FIVE DOLLARS A BARREL: J.R. is forced by Cliff's demands for Ewing property after Cliff buys the bank notes on J.R.'s $200 million loan and threatens foreclosure. J.R. plots unsuccesssfully to acquire Gary and Ray's voting shares. Pam is allowed to leave the hospital for a brief visit to Southfork.
STARTING OVER: Miss Ellie wants to help Ray out of his financial problem and uncovers J.R.'s scheme in the process. J.R. consults a broker in New York about selling Ewing stock. Sue Ellen says a good-bye to Dusty. Bobby buys Kristin's baby thinking J.R. is the father. Bobby unintentionally surprises Pam with one thing she's always wanted--a baby.
WATERLOO AT SOUTHFORK: Pam is taking care of Chistopher, the new baby, while Bobby secretly investigates legal possiblities of adoption. A determined Miss Ellie confronts J.R. about his recent schemes involving Ewing Oil funds. She agrees to back him as president of Ewing Oil on the condition that he not persecute Sue Ellen during the divorce hearing. Meanwhile, J.R. plots to have Sue Ellen declared an unfit mother but eventually loses another battle for custody over John Ross. Ray is forced to pull out of his development deal. Jock continues in South America.
BARBECUE TWO: After the divorce hearings, Sue Ellen moves into her new apartment with John Ross. Mitch makes progress in his medical profession. A cable from Jock announces his arrival from South America and Miss Ellie plans a barbecue as a homecoming. The whole family awaits Jock's arrival and even Rebecca Barnes-Wentworth, Clayton Farlow, and Cliff get invited. The happy scene is shattered by a phone call for Miss Ellie, who tells a stunned J.R. of the terrible tragedy.
THE SEARCH: J.R., Bobby, and Ray fly to South America to join in the investigation at the site of the crash of Jock's helicopter. They search in the jungle and even reach the crash site, where Bobby finds Jock's medallion, but nothing else. Miss Ellie leaves before the Ewing boys return with the terrible news.
DENIAL: Jock's death devastates J.R., Ray, and Lucy the most. J.R. seeks consolation with Serena but feels very depressed and neglects Ewing Oil business. Bobby takes over most of the operations. Miss Ellie is pressured by family lawyer Harve Smithfield, and by Bobby, but refuses to allow Jock's will to be read and to have Jock declared legally dead. She says, "as long as I believe he's alive, he's alive." Sue Ellen meets a new man named Tom but he comes on too strong and she rebuffs his advances. Ray refuses to go into another deal with Punk Anderson because he feels devastated by Jock's death. Donna and Ray drift apart because of Donna's success in publishing a book about the late Sam Culver. J.R. tells Sue Ellen he will never let her take John Ross away from him, despite the recent divorce.
HEAD OF THE FAMILY: Ray neglects his ranch duties and is reprimanded by Bobby. Clayton offers his friendship to Sue Ellen. Bobby tells Miss Ellie that if J.R. continues his neglect of Ewing Oil business, he may have to step in as president, but Miss Ellie disagrees. Lucy gets an offer for a modelling portfolio. Bobby tells Pam that they got Christopher through private adoption and that his parents were a couple from Louisiana who had been killed in a car crash. Sue Ellen sees Cliff. Donna decides to write another book on the late Sam Culver.
THE PHOENIX: J.R. finally returns to the business and brings John Ross into the office for the first time. Bobby has a fist fight with Ray over Ray's negligence in running the ranch. Pam is concerned about whether Christopher came from a healthy family and pressures Bobby to tell her about who Christopher's parents were. J.R. is afraid the reading of Jock's will is going to divide Ewing Oil shares in a way he won't like. Lucy's photographer friend Roger starts following her. Cliff gets Afton a singing job. Ray has an extramarital affair with a woman from the bar. J.R. sleeps with Marilee Stone and convinces her to talk the cartel into doing business with Ewing Oil again.
MY FATHER, MY SON: J.R. pressures Donna to talk Ray into giving up his voting shares. J.R. sees Cliff and Sue Ellen together in a restaurant, hires a detective to keep Sue Ellen's house under surveillance, and tell Afton he's in love with Sue Ellen. Donna leaves for Laredo to do research for her book. A lawyer tells Bobby he will have to ask Sue Ellen for permission to adopt Christopher because Sue Ellen is the sister of Chistopher's mother [Kristin]. Lucy learns Mitch is dating Evelyn Michaelson and, feeling abandoned, turns to Roger. J.R., John Ross, and Sue Ellen spend time together at a fun park and J.R. invites Sue Ellen to dinner at Southfork. She refuses after some hesitation.
ANNIVERSARY: J.R. hatches a plot against Cliff with the help of Wally Hampton, chairman of one of the biggest conglomerates in the South-West. If Cliff accepts Hampton's offer for Chief Operating Officer, he will have to move to Tulsa,Okahoma. Rebecca is reluctant to see Cliff go but leaves the choice up to him. Evelyn Michaelson confronts Lucy [who is separated fro Mitch] and tells her she wants Mitch. Donna discovers Ray in bed with the woman from the bar, thanks to another plot by J.R. Bobby buys Pam an aerobics business. J.R. tries to win Sue Ellen back. He shows her a video from the late 1960's where Sue Ellen is 20 years old, appearing in the Miss Texas contest. That is how they first met because J.R. was one of the judges in the contest.
THE MAELSTROM: Sue Ellen tells Clayton that Kristin and J.R. were lovers. Ray recovers from Jock's death and reconciles with Donna. J.R. learns Bobby paid Sue Ellen a visit and accuses him of poisioning her mind against him. Mitch pressures Lucy for divorce. Lucy turns to Roger. Jeff Farraday asks Bobby for a meeting. J.R. meets Cliff's half-sister Katherine.
THE PRODIGAL:Rebecca gives Cliff autonomy in running Wentworth Tool and Dye, which upsets Katherine. Donna learns during her book research that the late Sam Culver and Jock had Sam's uncle Jonas Culver committed to a mental institution to get his oil-rich land. Jonas later killed himself. J.R. gets Christopher's birth certificate from California. Clayton wants to find out from Afton whether Cliff is worthy of Sue Ellen. Katherine meets with J.R. about how to stop Cliff. J.R. plots to have Cliff buy worthless land. Farraday blackmails Bobby. Roger tells Lucy she can never have pictures with anybody else and threatens her. Pam tells Roger to stay away from Lucy.
VENGEANCE: J.R. thinks he is Christopher's father. Clayton goes overseas on vacation. Bobby finds Farraday murdered. Sue Ellen accuses J.R. of destroying her friendship with Clayton. Donna and Miss Ellie clash over Donna's discovery of Jock's involvement in Jonas Culver's death. Cliff thinks he's on the verge of striking oil and asks Sue Ellen again to marry him. J.R. tells Bobby he is Christopher's father and demands Bobby's loyalty on Ewing Oil business in return for keeping the matter secret. Roger kidnaps Lucy. J.R. tells Sue Ellen that Cliff is heading for disaster on the Wellington property. Police take Bobby in for questioning about Farraday's murder.
BLACKMAIL: J.R. thinks he is Christopher's father. Clayton goes overseas on vacation. Bobby finds Farraday murdered. Sue Ellen accuses J.R. of destroying her friendship with Clayton. Donna and Miss Ellie clash over Donna's discovery of Jock's involvement in Jonas Culver's death. Cliff thinks he's on the verge of striking oil and asks Sue Ellen again to marry him. J.R. tells Bobby he is Christopher's father and demands Bobby's loyalty on Ewing Oil business in return for keeping the matter secret. Roger kidnaps Lucy. J.R. tells Sue Ellen that Cliff is heading for disaster on the Wellington property. Police take Bobby in for questioning about Farraday's murder.
THE INVESTIGATION: Rebecca learns Cliff has been withdrawing large amounts from Wentworth Tool and Dye. Police question Bobby about Farraday. Bobby and Pam rescue Lucy from Roger. Lucy is taken to the hospital where Mitch shows up to visit her. Lucy decides to go ahead with the divorce. Cliff is facing financial ruin and tries to borrow money from Sue Ellen but she tells him to get lost. She tells him she feels used by him. Sue Ellen tells Pam about Cliff's situation and about the conversation she had with him. Farraday's associates show up at Bobby's office thinking Bobby had drug deals with Farraday. They offer him continous drug supplies. It turns out they killed Farraday during a confrontation over his failure to come up with money. J.R. tells Sue Ellen she belongs at Southfork.
ACCEPTANCE: Rebecca fires Cliff from Wentworth Tool and Dye over the recent embezzlement. Bobby helps the police catch Farraday's murderers by arranging a fake cocaine buy. Miss Ellie becomes increasingly withdrawn over Jock but finally accepts his death. Punk Anderson wants to establish a memorial scholarship to Jock at the Southern Methodist University. J.R. sends roses to Sue Ellen's place every day. Mitch leaves Dallas and Lucy behind and moves to Atlanta. Cliff feels rejected and abandoned by everybody. Afton tries to console him. Miss Ellie gives Donna the go-ahead on her book.
GOODBYE, CLIFF BARNES: Marilee Stone tells Cliff that J.R. used her to get Sue Ellen back. Bobby tells Pam the truth about Christopher. They fly to Los Angeles and learn that Kristin miscarried J.R.'s baby, that Farraday and Kristin were married, and that Farraday is Christopher's father. Clayton comes back from vacation. J.R. and Sue Ellen plan to marry and break the news to family. Lucy tells Muriel she was raped by Roger. Cliff feels devastated when Sue Ellen tells him she's marrying J.R. He tries to kill himself. Rebecca shows up at Southfork and tells Miss Ellie that the Ewing-Barnes feud will continue. Sue Ellen feels guilty about Cliff's suicide attempt and tells J.R. she may not be able to marry him if Cliff dies.
Sue Ellen's decision to return coincides with the death of Jock so that she returns just in time for the next tragedy. Of course, the death of Jim Davis left a gap in the show that never was really filled. Sue Ellen and JR become closer (after remarrying) and Bobby and Pam grow further apart as the fight for Ewing oil rages on between the brothers.
The storylines towards the end are more entertaining and contain more action. The adoption of Christopher, the truth about Kristen; Lucy's kidnapping, rescue and divorce form Mitch; Cliff's embezzling company funds and suicide attempt. The action seems to take place in the last 7 episodes beginning with the "Malestrom" episode. Actually a little better than season 4 but not as good as 1,2 and 3.
The tour of the ranch in the special features is something of disappointment. The "Southfork" ranchhouse is actually much smaller than it looks on tv mainly because the ranch was used just for outdoor scenes. Indoor scenes were shot in a studio and therefore the inside of the ranchhouse doesn't really look anything like what viewers saw on tv every week.
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