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Campaign to Get The Ewing’s A New Network as #SaveDallas goes viral

Campaign to Get The Ewing’s A New Network as #SaveDallas goes viral

With the news that Dallas will not be going to Netflix, due to “complications with foreign distribution deals” (read the full article here and do check out the video at the end where Judith Lightspeaks about Who’s The Boss, some interesting points about how the show was moved around by the network), fans have not been deterred. In fact, the online campaign for Mission #SaveDallas has gone viral…

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Ann Ryland Ewing: An unfinished legacy from Mission #SaveDallas

Mission #SaveDallas

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The #SaveDallas campaign has garnered significant media attention this week, with coverage from Live with Kelly and Michael, The New York Times and FOX 4 Newsamongst others. The announcement that US network TNT decided to cancel Dallas last Friday, has created a stir of epic proportions online, with fans rallying to have the show moved to a network or online platform that will honour its legacy.…

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Mission #SaveDallas and why you need to pay attention

Mission #SaveDallas and why you need to pay attention

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On Friday, October 3rd 2014, US network TNT cancelled its reboot of classic TV show Dallas after a three year run. The network released an official statement saying they were proud of the series, but the decision had been made to bring it to a halt. Networks are entitled to make these decisions and they do so regularly with well-scripted, acted and produced television. What TNT may not have seen…

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Don’t look back. You’re not going that way. Tuesday, let’s go! #motto #qotd #moveon

Film Review: House on Haunted Hill (dir. William Castle, 1959)

Film Review: House on Haunted Hill (dir. William Castle, 1959) Starring Vincent Price and Carol Ohmart.

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house_on_haunted_hillHorror movies of old can sometimes be a strangely mixed bag of semi-coherent plot, decrepit cobweb-filled mansions and a famous name or two thrown in for good measure. House on Haunted Hill is thankfully distinguished from this ilk by its fairly solid story and highly unusual setting; it also contains Vincent Price in one of his best performances. Unlike its two sequels, House on Haunted Hillis…

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In Review: Dallas, Season 3 Episode 4: Lifting The Veil (dir. Bethany Rooney, 2014)

In Review: Dallas, Season 3 Episode 4: Lifting The Veil (dir. Bethany Rooney, 2014)

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Following that bombshell from Lucia Trevino, she goes on to tell Christopher that Nicholas was orphaned and consequently changed his name. Christopher returns to Dallas and tells Bobby what happened. Bobby in turn, asks for the help of Carlos Del Sol. Elena_and_NickChristopher notices Elena and Nicholas getting close upon his return and tries to warn her that Nicholas is not divorced as he says he is.…

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In Review: Dallas, Season 3 Episode 2: Trust Me (dir. Millicent Shelton, 2014)

In Review: Dallas, Season 3 Episode 2: Trust Me (dir. Millicent Shelton, 2014)

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This was by far the episode where the scriptwriters upped their game considerably. There are all types of shenanigans involving Sue Ellen secretly sojourning with Bum to spy on John Ross. Sue Ellen’s motherly instincts are a-tapping and telling her that he’s playing away from Pamela with Emma Ryland. Bum, in his infinite lovable wisdom, cautions Sue Ellen that John Ross could turn against her if…

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Dallas, Season 3 Episode 1: The Return (dir. Steve Robin, 2014)

Dallas, Season 3 Episode 1: The Return (dir. Steve Robin, 2014)

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Season 3 kicked off with a glorious scene of Bobby Ewing looking over the graves of his family. Speaking to his late brother, JR and their parents, Bobby acknowledges that he is the caretaker of Southfork. There’s something lovely and fatherly about Patrick Duffy. It’s almost like he’s the patriarch of our TV screens as well as his ranch and we want him to do well regardless of the endeavour.…

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