‘Dallas' Reunion Gone Wrong: Organizer Points Fingers at Southfork

The organizer of the 'Dallas' TV show 30th anniversary cast reunion is pointing fingers at the operator of Southfork Ranch for an event that went south.

The Dallas Morning News reports Jason Hardison, the event's executive producer, said Southfork left open Gate No. 1, which allowed more than 1,000 guests to park and enter Nov. 8 event without buying a ticket.

Darla Cook with Arizona-based Forever Resorts, Southfork's operator, said Hardison still owes Southfork $8,300 in charges.

Fans paid anywhere from $100 to $1,000 for tickets, with those who paid higher prices to gain greater access to Larry Hagman, Linda Gray, Patrick Duffy and others.

Hardison said fans who remain upset should e-mail him at info@dr30.com and that he would respond to their inquiries.

He's unsure whether he will issue any refunds at this point and asks fans to be patient.

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