Dallas: Season 4
Arguably the best television series ever produced, and certainly the best soap opera ever produced, Dallas had it all. Beautiful women, expensive cars, and men playing Monopoly with real buildings. It had the best trans-season cliffhanger in history that had the whole world asking "Who shot J.R.?" Dallas is an important part of American History, if not world history.
Cast View all
|Patrick Duffy||Bobby Ewing|
|Jim Davis||Jock Ewing|
|Lesley-Anne Down||Stephanie Rogers|
|Ian McShane||Don Lockwood|
|George Kennedy||Carter McKay|
|Barbara Carrera||Angelica Nero|
|Barbara Bel Geddes||Ellie Ewing Farlow|
|Howard Keel||Clayton Farlow|
|Bert Remsen||Dandy Dandridge|
|Lois Chiles||Holly Harwood|
|Anne Francis||Arliss Cooper|
|Larry Hagman||J.R. Ewing|
|Mary Crosby||Kristin Shepard|
|Derek McGrath||Oswald Valentine|
|Karen Carlson||Nancy Scotfield|
|Marty Schiff||Del Greco|
|Dack Rambo||Jack Ewing|
|Sasha Mitchell||James Beaumont|
|Sheree J. Wilson||April Stevens|
|Priscilla Pointer||Rebecca Barnes Wentworth|
|Kimberly Foster||Michelle Stevens Beaumont Barnes|
|Susan Lucci||Hillary Taylor|
|Ken Kercheval||Cliff Barnes|
|Barbara Bel Geddes||Ellie Ewing|
|Audrey Landers||Afton Cooper|
|Susan Howard||Donna Culver Krebbs|
|Linda Grey||Sue Ellen Ewing|
|Barry Jenner||Dr. Jerry Kenderson|
|Priscilla Beaulieu Presley||Jenna Wade|
|Leigh J. McCloskey||Mitch Cooper|
|J. Eddie Pe||Tommy McKay|
|J.R. Ray Krebbs||Steve Kanaly|
|Angelica Nero||Barbara Carrera|
|Donna Culver Krebbs||Susan Howard|
|Miss Ellie Ewing||Barbara Bel Geddes|
|Pamela Barnes Ewing||Victoria Principal|
|Michelle Stevens Beaumont Barnes||Kimberly Foster|
|Linda Gray||Sue-Ellen Ewing|
|Victoria Principal||Pamela Ewing|
|Ken Kerchival||Cliff Barnes|
|Steve Kanaly||Ray Krebbs|
|Charlene Tilton||Lucy Ewing|
Episodes View details
J.R. lies to close to death as the Ewing family awaits news of this fate and the police search for clues and suspects. All hope for J.R. to regain consciousness and the possibility that he will be able to idenfy his assilant.
As J.R undergoes the helplessness of paralysis as Bobby takes over Ewing Oil with Jock's blessing. Sue Ellen feels guilty that she may have shot J.R. in a drunken stupor and the list of suspects grow.
J.R. fights to overcome the helplessness of paralysis as Bobby finds that his efforts to run Ewing Oil are thwarted by J.R., even from his hospital bed. Ellie finds the gun in the immediate family.
ue Ellen fingerprints are identified on the gun that was used to shoot J.R. and is arrested. Feeling abandoned by the family, her bail is posted by an unknown source and she seeks solace from Kristin
As Ewing Oil's president, Bobby finds the power intoxicating, which promotes apprehension in both Pam and J.R. Bobby works hard to buy a refinery, something Jock has always wanted and which J.R. could never accomplish.
J.R. and Bobby are in conflict over who is running Ewing Oil which puts Jock in the middle. Lucy introduces Mitch,her new boyfriend, to her friends with disatrous results.
Ray Krebbs' father, Amos,whom he hasn't seen or heard from since he was three shows up at South fork with some very distrubing news for the entire Ewing family. An oil tanker sinks woth over 600,000 gallons and is not insured.
An extortionist threatening to blow up Ewing 23 gives J.R. opportunity to put a halt to his fading fortunes with the company and the family by out-maneuvering Bobby.
Pam belives she has at last found her mother, but all hopes of a reconcilition are dashed by the woman. Lucy proposes marriage to Mitch and J.R. stumbles into a scheme which he intends to use to put Bobby in trouble with Jock.
J.R. encourages Jock to consummate a business deal, fully aware that this will conflict with Bobby's plans. Pam feeling a poor second to Bobby's work, receives the attention she is lacking, from a business associate named Alex Ward[Joel Fabiani].
Mitch's sister[Afton Copper] and mother arrive for the upcoming wedding and J.R. takes an immediate interest in Afton, which worries Sue Ellen. Bobby finds himself in a tough position after he enters an oil drilling agreement.
At Lucy and Mitch's wedding,Sue Ellen makes a play for an old boyfriend[Clint Ogwood] to get even for J.R.'s ""interest"" in Mitch's sister. Bobby resigns as president of Ewing Oil and Miss Ellie accuses Jock of behavior for which she can never forgive him.
J.R. hires a high-pressure public relations woman named Leslie Stewart[Susan Flannery] to improve his tarnished image as he resumes the reins of Ewing Oil. Sue Ellen discovers Pam having a rendevous with Alex.
J.R.'s campaign for power puts him further under the influence iof Leslie Stewart who, much to his frustration, keeps him at arms' length. He moves ahead with his plans to topple the South-East Asian government which confiscated his foreign oil wells.
J.R. uses his influence to make sure that Cliff Barnes does not get chosen for public office. Sue Ellen can't ger anyone to believe that she is being followed and J.R. couldn't care less, so she takes matters in her own hands.
J.R.'s forign coup brings the cartel back. Donna and Ray are reunited and plan to marry. Sue Ellen discovers that Dusty is alive but unwilling to resume their old relationship.
Donna and Ray are married. The cold war between Jock and Miss Ellie over Takapa escalates. Bobby forms a new business alliance with Cliff Barnes, but his growning jealousy over Pam forces a confrontation with Alex Ward.
As Leslie Stewart ""reels in"" J.R., Bobby is caught in the middle of Jock and Miss Ellie's feud.
Jock threatens to sell the company if Miss Ellie divorces him, thanks to J.R.'s manipulating.
Donna and Ray try to reconcile Jock and Miss Ellie only to find their problems run deeper than the tapapa project. As J.R. accelerates his efforts to sell out Ewing Oil, Leslie Stewart's ex-husband shows up in Dallas.
Jock and Miss Ellie's reconcilization results in a second honeymoon and the stalling of J.R.'S scheme to sell Ewing Oil.
Kristin Sheppard returns from California to revealanother scheme. Sue Ellen meets Dusty again; Lucy moves out on Mitch; Cliff uses Westar's help to build a case against J.R. in connection with the South-East Asian coup, and hands the marterials over to Bobby's Sennate committee.
J.R. faces the possible loss of Ewing Oil and a jail sentence for his role in the Asian oil scandal. Cliff finds the body of a dead woman in the Southfork pool.
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