I'm with you. This once in a lifetime experience has now passed me by. Dallas is in my DNA. It's one of a handful of TV Series I thoroughly enjoy, even after multiple viewings. Such a shame the city of Dallas weren't on this earlier and opened their doors to the potential international market. I know QANTAS (Australia's leading airline) fly direct to Dallas. If I had known 12 months ago the city and Southfork Ranch were putting on a show I would have booked.I am SO annoyed that it wasn't announced months earlier because I could've allocated funds and vacation time to this thing.
Great interview, but I was waiting for the part with the petition for Dallas on Bluray, so what happened to that one?Here's the full interview with Linda where she talks about original Dallas, TNT's Dallas and what she didn't like about it. Plus the 'me too' movement in Hollywood and her final days with Larry Hagman.
I'd like to see it come to Netflix or Hulu only because I don't have a DVD player in every room.Great interview, but I was waiting for the part with the petition for Dallas on Bluray, so what happened to that one?
I hope Linda and some of the other actors could support such a petition to wake those pigheaded Warners up to they gather all those (aging and color loosing) filmrolls together and finally save Dallas over into the 21st century ... it's about time!
I'd definitly sign such a petition and will be in front line to preorder every single season they bring out on Bluray! But someone with a voice that is heard has to start or support this to bring it to Warners attention.
Netflix has streamed remastered classic US TV shows in their original 4:3 ratio, such as Murder She Wrote, Quantum Leap, Emergency and Rockford Files.That's very unlikely, those streaming services are mostly used to watch on small screens such as tablets or even smartphones, which is why they have almost no 4:3 picture content, which would make the picture even smaller. And all those 80s soaps are all 4:3.