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How 'Dallas' Changed the World

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How 'Dallas' Changed the World

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How 'Dallas' Changed the World

How 'Dallas' Changed the World

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Big oil, big buildings, big hair — the TV series Dallas made its glittering debut 30 years ago this month. Neither its namesake city nor TV has been the same since. Andrea Seabrook talks with longtime Dallas TV critic Ed Bark about the show, the city and "Who Shot J.R.?"

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