• Amy S

    “And even though the show never explored real Dallas life, the Big D myth remained intact-the rich, swashbuckling air, streets full of good-looking women, swinging parties like the Cattle Barons Ball, and civic energy you could see and almost feel, right there on the tube. Why, the opening credits became the most exciting thing on television: a helicopter zoom approach across the Jefferson viaduct, then a lovely pan of the sparkling Dallas skyline, boomed along by the infections theme music- how could any city not respond and react to that weekly stimulation?”

    Dallas USA, A.C. Greene, 1984