Season 1968, Episode 616
|Airdate||November 4th, 1968|
|Director||Sean Dhu Sullivan|
|Producer||Robert Costello; Dan Curtis|
|Starring||Jonathan Frid; Grayson Hall; Kathryn Leigh Scott; Humbert Allen Astredo; John Karlen|
Episode 616 is the untitled 616th episode of the daytime Gothic soap opera series Dark Shadows. The episode was directed by Sean Dhu Sullivan with a script written by Ron Sproat. It first aired on ABC on Monday, November 4th, 1968.
Principal Cast Edit
|Jonathan Frid||Barnabas Collins|
|Grayson Hall||Julia Hoffman|
|Kathryn Leigh Scott||Maggie Evans|
|Humbert Allen Astredo||Nicholas Blair|
|John Karlen||Willie Loomis|
Guest Stars Edit
|Lara Parker||Angelique |
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Dark Shadows was created by Dan Curtis; Story created and developed by Art Wallace. Copyright © 1968, Dan Curtis Productions, Inc.; All rights reserved.
- Opening still: Collinwood, exterior, day; Tower room side.
- Opening narration: Kathryn Leigh Scott.
- This episode is included on disc one of Dark Shadows DVD Collection 11 and disc sixty-five of the Dark Shadows: The Complete Original Series DVD boxset collection by MPI Home Video.
- The beginning of this episode recaps the climax from episode 615.
- Angelique appears in the episode recap from 615 only. Actress Lara Parker is not credited in this episode.
- This is the forty-second episode of Dark Shadows directed by Sean Dhu Sullivan. He directs forty-nine episodes of the series in total.
- This is the 196th episode of Dark Shadows written by Ron Sproat. He writes 216 episodes of the series in total.
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- The shadow of a production crew member can be seen during the first part of the closing credits.
Opening narration Edit
The western skies, streaked with red from the reflected sun. It has already set on Collinwood and even the fast gathering dusk cannot hide the blood-colored stains that announce the coming of night. A night not dark enough to conceal a new found terror, or prevent the rebirth of an old despair.
See also Edit
The World of Dark Shadows
Gallery of Shadows
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