"Dallas" Charity Reunion
The cast of 80s mega-soap "Dallas" that ran on CBS from 1978 till 1991 reunited in Paris, France on Monday to auction off memorabilia from their legendary series for a French children's charity.
Larry Hagman who played the delightfully evil J.R. Ewing and Linda Grey who played his long-suffering alcoholic wife Sue-Ellen were joined by Patrick Duffy whose goodie-two-shoes character Bobby battled brother J.R.
Charlene Tilton who played the Ewing brothers' naughty little minx of a niece Lucy and Steve Kanaly who played the Southfork Ranch foreman Ray Krebbs also took part in the trip down the memory lane.
As Hello magazine reports, the cast posed with some of the 40 items that went on sale including a tasselled suede jacket worn by JR and one of Bobby's black leather bomber jackets, as well as several Stetson cowboy hats worn by male cast members.
Dallas was the #1 show in America in the early Eighties and its March 1980 cliffhanger "Who Shot J.R.?" generated a global phenomenon. The viewers had to wait till November to learn who pulled the trigger. 83 million people tuned in.