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Thread: Actor Larry Hagman, notorious and beloved as 'Dallas' villain J.R. Ewing, dies

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    Aw, he was one of my favourite television actors ever. RIP, Larry Hagman.

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    RIP Larry Hagman.

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    By damn he had a hellofa life. On his own terms always. RIP.
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    Bummer. I'm surprised he lasted this long though.
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    I am so sad he has died. I loved the original Dallas and the new series does not disappoint. What an iconic character he created in J.R. Ewing, known all over the world. RIP Larry.

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    R.I.P. Larry "forever J.R. Ewing" Hagman. Reunited with mom Mary Martin, who would have been 98 now. He was an original character on and off screen.
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    It was a wonderfully rich life - we should all be so lucky. Night night, Larry.

    But I really hope that the makers of Dallas don't do as they've occasionally done in the past and simply recast the role of JR. No-one else should ever be allowed to play JR!!!
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    I saw this last night and am still just majorly bummed. RIP, Larry--we will definitely miss you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penname View Post
    It was a wonderfully rich life - we should all be so lucky. Night night, Larry.

    But I really hope that the makers of Dallas don't do as they've occasionally done in the past and simply recast the role of JR. No-one else should ever be allowed to play JR!!!
    Oh yes, that would be a travesty but I don't think the other actors would allow it.

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    I agree no one should ever be allowed to play JR.

    It was fun to see him back on TV and enjoying himself. I'm sorry it was for such a short while. RIP Larry.

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    I adored "I Dream of Jeannie" when I was little, and he was so dastardly as JR Ewing. RIP

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    I think his friends and family (and co-stars/friends) might have been around because of Thanksgiving; he died the day after.
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    This is depressing. I really liked Larry Hagman and the Dallas reboot. I was hoping they'd focus more on the older folks as opposed to the younger characters who I found to be really boring. I wonder if they'll even bother with the show now?

    A person who worked on Dallas with Larry Hagman said that "Larry was as nice and wonderful and J.R. was as mean and nasty"
    That's sounds like great way to have people remember you.

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    Dallas won't be the same without J.R. Ewing. Very sad.

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    I remember having a crush on him when I was little and he was in I Dream of Jeannie, and then being blown away by his performance in Dallas 1.0.

    He was quite a character in real life, too!

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