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1978 JR EWING DaLLaS Vintage 80s t-shirt iron-on transfer Original Authentic Retro Larry Hagman NoS TV series

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Dallas character JR Ewing starring Larry Hagman, an American TV Series of 1978
Vintage Iron On tee shirt transfer Original Authentic NOS
retro TV Movie show tshirt ironon

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Wiki Says:

John Ross "J.R." Ewing, Jr. is a fictional character in the hit U.S. television series Dallas (1978–91) and its spin-offs, including the revived Dallas series (2012–13). The character was portrayed by actor Larry Hagman from the series premiere in 1978 until his death in late 2012 and was the only actor who appeared in all 356 episodes of the original series.[1] One of the show's most iconic figures, J.R. has been central to many of the series' biggest storylines. He is depicted as a covetous, egocentric, manipulative and amoral oil baron with psychopathic tendencies,[2] who is constantly plotting subterfuges to plunder his foes and their wealth.[3]

The original character concept was a blend of Bonanza with a rich, western patriarch and his three dissimilar sons, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with its rival brothers, and their scheming wives, and Romeo and Juliet with two star-crossed lovers whose families are sworn enemies. The thrust of the series was initially the feuding families, with J.R. just a supporting character, but his popularity grew and the producers acknowledged he became the breakout character. Two highly rated 1980 episodes became part of a cultural phenomenon that year known as "Who shot J.R.?".[4] In "A House Divided", the audience witnessed J.R. being shot by an unknown assailant.

After the cliffhanger was broadcast in March, the audience had to wait until the October conclusion, "Who Done It". With his new-found popularity, Larry Hagman threatened to leave the series unless his contractual demands were met. CBS leaked rumors of recasting, but the actor eventually prevailed.[5] He also appeared in five episodes of spin-off series Knots Landing between 1980 and 1982. The character is featured in the first two seasons of the 2012 reincarnation series as well. Hagman died on November 23, 2012, and Dallas producers subsequently announced that J.R. would be killed off in the second season.[6] The episode "The Furious and Fast" dealt with J.R's death.

J.R. Ewing is considered one of television's most popular characters,[7][8] with TV Guide naming him #1 in their 2013 list of The 60 Nastiest Villains of All Time.[9]

A J. R. Ewing Bourbon whiskey brand will be released in 2014 to honor the character.[10]

Portrayed by Larry Hagman
Duration 1978–91, 1996, 1998,
2012–13
First appearance April 2, 1978
Digger's Daughter
Last appearance March 4, 2013
The Furious and the Fast
Created by David Jacobs
Spin-off
appearances Dallas: The Early Years
Dallas: J.R. Returns
Dallas: War of the Ewings
Knots Landing
Profile
Occupation
Vice President of Ewing Oil (1962–77)
President of Ewing Oil (1977–80, 1980)
Shareholder & co-CEO of Ewing Oil (1980–87, 1988–90)
25% Shareholder in Harwood Oil (1982–83)
Founder and CEO of JRE Industries (1987–88)
Founder and CEO of Ewing & Ewing (1991)
CEO of West Star Oil (1996–98, only in films)
Owner of Southfork Ranch (2012)

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