All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Larry Hagman’

Cory Monteith Emmy Tribute Starts Debate

“Does Cory Monteith Deserve A Special Emmy Memorial?” was the headline of Variety Editor-in-Chief Andrew Wallenstein’s Opinion column yesterday. The question Wallenstein poses is not whether Monteith deserved to be recognized alongside the others that will be featured in the regular Memoriam segment, but rather does his career warrant elevation alongside James Gandolfini, Gary David Goldberg, Jean Stapleton and Jonathan …

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J.R. Ewing Funeral: “Dallas” Gives Proper Sendoff

J.R. Ewing has been an iconic television character since the ’80s, brought to life by actor Larry Hagman on what some called a “nighttime soap opera”. With the return of the show “Dallas” to the small screen this year came a slew of new, young fans and some who remembered J.R. from their childhoods. Unfortunately, the character will be written …

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Larry Hagman Dies at 81, “Dallas” Star

Since the late 1950s, we have all come to love the wide-brimmed, Stetson-wearing Texan Larry Hagman, mostly known for playing the villainous J.R. Ewing in Dallas (spanning from 1971-2012). Unfortunately, this talented star passed away this past Friday. Larry Hagman started his acting career with small roles in various television series, until Hagman landed the role of Major Anthony “Tony” …

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