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People's Choice Awards

USA 1981

Favorite TV Dramatic Program: Dallas (1978)


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1981 Nominated - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series 

for: "Dallas" (1978) (CBS)

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Walk of Fame -Television

 

 

Of course, every visit to Los Angeles also includes the obligatory stop at the famous Walk of Fame.

Jim Davis was among the first to be honored with a star at this location.

At that time however, the ceremonies weren't as big as they are today.
You can find Jim's star at this address:
 6290 Hollywood Blvd. 
Directly in front of the subway station Hollywood /Vine on the left when you exit it.

 


Kanab, Utah "Walk of Fame"
Jim Davis




Jim Davis was a frequent and welcome guest in Kanab.
He filmed here e.g.:

1949 "The Big Cat"
1951 "Oh Susannah"
1957 "The Badge of Marshal Brennan"
1957 "Raiders of Old California"
 

37 2.98′ N, 112 32.091′ W.

Marker is in Kanab, Utah, in Kane County.

 Marker is at the intersection of North 300 West (U.S. 89) and West 100 North, on the right when traveling north on North 300 West.

 

http://www.westernlegendsroundup.com/index.php


Studio City "Walk of Fame"

 

 

Many of you will no doubt have visited Los Angeles before. The city of the film industry, Hollwood, glitter and shine.

Of course, no visit is complete without stopping at the "Walk of Fames" at least once.
As most of you will know, Jim Davis was one of the first to be honored with a star there.

A lesser-known attraction for tourists is the Studio City Walk of Fame.
This is almost as old as the famous "Walk of Fame" in Hollywood.

Series and movies that were filmed in this area are honored there.

This should be particularly interesting for Jim Davis fans, because Jim is represented there several times.

Among other things, there are plaques for various films in which Jim played

(sometimes with his name mentioned and sometimes without) and for his series "Stories of the Century".

Unfortunately, time has already left it's mark there. Some badges can no longer be properly red.
Nevertheless, it is worth stopping by there for all classic series/film fans. It's a quiet area, away from the tourist swarms.


Southfork Ranch

JimDavis"Jock Ewing" Tribut

 

 

 

You can visit Southfork

http://southfork.com/