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Critique: Dallas Episode 138 — ‘ray’s Trial’ – Dallas Decoder

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The courtroom scenes also feature a couple of old pros Richard Jaeckel as prosecutor Percy Meredith and Glenn Corbett as Paul Morgan, Rays defense lawyer as well as a young Steven Williams, who appears here as a bailiff and later plays the police captain on 21 Jump Street. This episodes other notable moments include Marc Graisons polo match, which might be Dallass most thrilling horseback riding sequence since Jock Ewing surged across the Southfork plains at the beginning of the second-season classic Bypass. Rays Trial also marks Lois Chiles final appearance as Holly Harwood. In her last scene , Holly approaches J.R. in a cocktail lounge and taunts him over losing the battle for Ewing Oil. Besides giving Chiles one last opportunity to spar with Larry Hagman, I like how this scene mimics J.R. <br>More:

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