Season 1968, Episode 462
|Airdate||April 2nd, 1968|
|Producer|| Robert Costello|
|Starring|| Jonathan Frid|
Episode 462 is an untitled episode of the daytime Gothic soap opera series Dark Shadows. The episode was directed by John Sedwick and written by Sam Hall based upon story concepts developed by Art Wallace. It first aired on ABC on Tuesday, April 2nd, 1968. This episode resumes "The Journey of Victoria Winters" storyline following her time-travel escapade to the year 1795.
|Jonathan Frid||Barnabas Collins|
|Grayson Hall||Julia Hoffman|
|Addison Powell||Jeremiah's voice|
|Timothy Gordon||Ghost figure|
|Alexandra Moltke||Victoria Winters|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Opening narration: Alexandra Moltke.
- Opening still: Collinwood, tower-side exterior; day.
- Closing still: Collinwood terrace
- This episode is included on disc 1 of Dark Shadows DVD Collection 7 as well as disc 49 of the Dark Shadows: The Complete Original Series DVD collection.
- Jeremiah Collins is the older brother of Barnabas Collins and was featured in the "1795 Flashback" storyline where he was played by actor Anthony George. Jeremiah and Barnabas were manipulated by the machinations of the witch Angélique and under such conditions, Barnabas slew Jeremiah during a duel in episode 384.
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See also Edit
The World of Dark Shadows
Gallery of Shadows
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