Dallas - Season 2 DVD

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Power wealth sex glorious extravagance. One place has them all - Dallas.

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Released
07 October 2013
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DVD 
Publisher
Warner Home Video 
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PAL 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Dallas is back for a new round of backstabbing, feuding and passion. Based upon one of the most popular television dramas of all time, the series centers on the Ewing clan, an enormously wealthy Texas family whose sibling rivalries, romantic betrayals, corruption and even acts of murder are legendary. Secrets, schemes and shady alliances abound as the iconic elder Ewings -- with original Dallas series stars Larry Hagman (in his final performance), Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray as J.R., Bobby and Sue Ellen Ewing, respectively -- are joined at the Southfork ranch in Dallas, Texas, by the next generation of Ewings who take ambition and deceit to new levels. In its premiere season, the all-new Dallas ranked as basic cable's #1 new drama with key adult demos.

The complete second season of the updated US soap opera based on the long-running original show which chronicles the familial and political wranglings of the Ewing oil empire. In this season, the family rivalries continue with murder and blackmail a common feature. Larry Hagman also makes his final appearance as J.R. The episodes comprise: 'Battles Lines', 'Venomous Creatures', 'Sins of the Father', 'False Confessions', 'Trial and Error', 'Blame Game', 'The Furious and the Fast', 'J.R.'s Masterpiece', 'Ewings Unite!', 'Guilt and Innocence', 'Let Me In', 'A Call to Arms', 'Love and Family', 'Guilt By Association' and 'Legacies'.