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Dallas Actor Larry Hagman dies aged 81

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Actor Larry Hagman, who played the villain JR Ewing in the long running television soap Dallas, has died at the age of 81.

http://www.telegraph...es-aged-81.html

Sad news indeed :(

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RIP Larry Hagman!

He directed the cult classic Beware! The Blob!, his sole full-length feature film directorial effort but he directed episodes for different television series.

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AAAWWWW!!!! RIP, Larry. I loved him as JR.

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RIP J.R.! Sorry Larry but that is your name in my childhood and you gave me and my family some good entertaining. Thank you! :(

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I didn't care much for Dallas - not his fault just not into soap operas - but I greatly enjoyed him in "I Dream of Jeanie"...

RIP Major Nelson...

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I didn't care much for Dallas - not his fault just not into soap operas - but I greatly enjoyed him in "I Dream of Jeanie"...

RIP Major Nelson...

Same here - I dream of Jeanie was one of those shows that was on when I was a kid - great memories .

RIP Major Nelson .

TiP

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Dallas was kick butt in the early years, and JR Ewing was the ultimate (fill in the blank).

I don't believe anyone else could have been better in that role. He nailed it.

He was a very interesting individual, and I especially like how very candid he appeared to be.

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Sad news...

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