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A MORE LOGICAL LOCATION

Shouldn't this be done at the Sunrise at Hillcrest?
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The cast members that did more than 150 episodes:
  • Larry Hagman 77
  • Patrick Duffy 59
  • Linda Gray 69
  • Ken Kercheval 73
  • Victoria Principal 58
  • Steve Kanaly 62
  • Barbara Bel Geddes, died 2005
  • Charlene Tilton 50
  • Howard Keel, died 2004
  • Susan Howard 64
I can ask the obvious since I'm old too. And wasn't there a Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork in 2004?
 

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phrelin said:
A MORE LOGICAL LOCATION

Shouldn't this be done at the Sunrise at Hillcrest?
The cast members that did more than 150 episodes:
  • Larry Hagman 77
  • Patrick Duffy 59
  • Linda Gray 69
  • Ken Kercheval 73
  • Victoria Principal 58
  • Steve Kanaly 62
  • Barbara Bel Geddes, died 2005
  • Charlene Tilton 50
  • Howard Keel, died 2004
  • Susan Howard 64
I can ask the obvious since I'm old too. And wasn't there a Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork in 2004?
:lol:
You do have a valid and logical point indeed.I guess Hollywood must see something in this "reunion".
Perhaps they will call it "Return to Southfork 2".
:)
 

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Larry Hagman is one of my heroes.

Dallas was always known as a happy set. People got along, things went easy, that kind of stuff. And most people gave Hagman the credit.

When asked years later how he created such a positive work environment, he said it was because of his mother, Broadway actress Mary Martin. She taught him a valuable lesson in life: Fake it until you make it.

If he came to work and, like any of us, he wasn't feeling in a good mood that day, he'd just act happy. He's an actor, right? He could accomplish that. Sure enough, in ten minutes he really was happy. He'd spread that vibe and soon the whole set was a happy place.

Who knew Larry Hagman would be one of the great philosophers of our time?
 
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