For J.R. Ewing, Season 13 is as unlucky as a steer at a Texas barbecue. He starts by lying and cheating Ewing Oil to the brink of destruction and ends by kicking and screaming in a psychiatric hospital. In between he tires of his pretty young wife, seethes while Cliff Barnes's political star rises and bumps into a past he didn't know he had. Meanwhile, Clayton and Miss Ellie investigate a multiple-murder mystery, folks from seasons past unexpectedly return to stir up trouble and Bobby stays busy removing J.R.'s knives from his back, chasing after a Pam look-alike, and bringing a new Mrs. Ewing to Southfork. Y'all come 'round and meet the happy couple!
The Long Night movie trailer - starring Vincent Price, Henry Fonda, Elisha Cook, Jr., Barbara Bel Geddes, Ann Dvorak. Directed by Anatole Litvak. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A retired San Francisco detective whose acrophobia resulted in a comrade's death is hired to trail a familiar woman and finds himself falling in love with her. Classic Hitchcock thriller!
J.R. may be down, but he's never out. After Ewing Oil collapsed in disgrace at the end of Season 10, some folks might expect Season 11 to feature a J.R. who's learned his lesson. But not Dallas fans - they know the only lesson J.R. ever learned was do unto others before they do unto you. So hang on to your Stetsons for 30 irresistible episodes of cheatin, lyin and tomcattin as J.R. claws his way back to the top. More drama: Bobby loses Pam but finds new romance. Cliff meets a broken-down wildcatter with dreams of gusher glory. Sue Ellen discovers that revenge is sweet. Two murder cases grab headlines. And a new crop of drop-dead gorgeous vamps with big schemes and bigger hair make life even more interesting for J.R.
True story of bandleader Red Nichols, who endangereed his career by caring for his ill daughter. Weld's screen debut!
Panic in the Streets -- Panic In The Streets
Vertigo -- Clip: You Believe I Love You?
Vertigo -- A San Francisco detective suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend's wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her.
Panic in the Streets -- A new orleans physician leads a manhunt for two fugitive killers who may be carrying the same plague that played a part in their victims' deaths.
Michael Douglas stars in this story of a young music student who faces a crisis when he's called up to serve in the Vietnam war. His parents try to understand their son, but can't bridge the generation gap. The father talks him out of fleeing to Canada, but their values are refuted by news of the boy's death in Vietnam.
Summertree, which Michael starred in, was produced by his father Kirk Douglas, examines the Vietnam War and its consequences on the soldiers drafted to fight and the families they leave behind.
Michael Douglas stars in this story of a young music student who faces a crisis when he's called up to serve in the Vietnam war. His parents try to understand their son, but can't bridge the generation gap. The father talks him out of fleeing to Canada, but that is only the beginning of the boy's troubles.
Lana Turner and Jason Robards star in a drama of passion and propriety as blue-blooded pillars of a small New England town who must face their defiant son's (George Hamilton) increasingly rebellious behavior.
During World War II, five women are shorn of their hair and driven out of town by the partisans for having had love affairs with a Nazi sergeant.
Danny Kaye cuts loose with his trademark musical clowning in this success-tempered-with-tears biopic of jazz great Red Nichols. Featuring legendary performances by Louis Armstrong, big band icons Bob Crosby, Ray Anthony and Shelly Manne.
The success-tempered-with-tears biopic of jazz great Red Nichols (portrayed by Danny Kaye). Also featuring excellent performances by Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, Bob Crosby, Ray Anthony, Shelly Manne, Barbara Bel Geddes and the debut of Tuesday Weld.
Adam, a visiting angel, gives despairing J.R. a view of what life would have been like had he never been born, in a special two hour series finale.
J.R., nearing a breakdown from recent losses, faces another major defeat when a vengeful enemy from his past returns with unwelcome news. In other developments, Cliff is shocked to learn that his nemesis is now his business partner.
At her daughter Jory's request, Hillary Taylor, aka Sheila Foley, agrees to meet with Bobby at Southfork, unaware of the danger that lurks there.
After learning that he's the father of Cally's baby, J.R. leaves Southfork to track her down. Later, Clayton returns to Southfork with shocking news from Miss Ellie for both J.R. and Bobby.
J.R. must decide whether to encourage James to remain married to Debra Lynn so that Jimmy will remain with the family, or to divorce her and re-marry Michelle so that the family with retain a stake in Ewing Oil.
J.R. treads lightly as he keeps Debra Lynn, the woman who claims to be James' wife, at bay while manipulating James into returning to his current wife, Michelle.
Bobby and J.R. get a respite from their troubles when they take their sons -- James Richard, John Ross, and Christopher -- on an authentic Southfork cattle drive.
Southfork experiences another turbulent marriage and this time J.R. plays referee as James and Michelle duke it out. Meanwhile, Liz bargains to sell her company to J.R. in exchange for Cliff's appointment as the government's energy czar.
Bobby gets a jolt of adrenaline when he learns that Sheila Foley will be in town soon, but he can't ignore his growing involvement with his unsuspecting ally, Jory, Sheila's daughter.
Unaware of her grand scheme for revenge upon him, J.R. is forced to face the sobering fact that Michelle owns Ewing Oil. J.R. gets thunderstruck when James informs him that Michelle is his wife while Bobby finds the daughter of Sheila Foley in Malibu.
Lee Ann continues her sly seduction of J.R., taking the final steps in her elaborate plan to drastically change his personal and professional life forever.
J.R. contemplates romancing Lee Ann in his effort to win back Ewing Oil, unaware that he's falling into her trap.
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