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Larry Hagman

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I think JR would make a better President than the one we have now.

— Larry Hagman

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At that time I was making the largest salary known on television and I didn't want to see it die because those were the years paying off when I wasn't making anything.

— Larry Hagman

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Once you get rid of integrity the rest is a piece of cake.

— Larry Hagman

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I'm happy to be here. I'm happy to be anywhere. I'm not kidding.

— Larry Hagman

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I'm not well versed on the verbiage of the internet.

— Larry Hagman

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My definition of a redundancy is an air-bag in a politician's car.

— Larry Hagman

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Well, I decided to stop. And I did. I stopped smoking, and I stopped speed at the same time.

— Larry Hagman

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Actors can't retire. What would they do?

— Larry Hagman


After ten or twelve years you can only play something so long and then you start to parody it.

— Larry Hagman

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Well I think they broke the mould when they made me and being humble is one of my great assets.

— Larry Hagman

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About Larry Hagman

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The appearance marked the first time the two performers had acted together since Eden appeared with Hagman in a five-episode arc on Dallas in 1990. Ultimately the person who pulled the trigger was revealed to be Kristin Shepard (played by Mary Crosby) in the "Who Done It?" episode which aired on November 21 1980. He also directed (and appeared briefly in) a low-budget comedy and horror film in 1972 called Beware! The Blob also called Son of Blob a sequel to the classic 1958 horror film The Blob.

Hagman had supporting roles in numerous films including Fail-Safe Nixon and Primary Colors. His television appearances also included guest roles on dozens of shows spanning from the late 1950s up until his death and a reprisal of his signature role on the 2012 revival of Dallas. Hagman was the son of actress Mary Martin.

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