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Dark Shadows Collection 7

Dark Shadows Collection 7

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Director: Dan Curtis, John Sedwick, Lela Swift

Cast: Thayer David


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Long before Buffy the Vampire Slayer brought bloodsucking to prime time, daytime TV had a vampire legend of its own: Barnabas Collins, the 175-year-old, angst-ridden vampire who made Dark Shadows the subject of a considerable cult following. The program, which debuted on ABC in 1966 and ran for five years, blended gothic mystery and supernatural intrigue, bringing elements to the soap opera format that would remain mostly dormant until Passions appeared on NBC in 1999. Although ratings initially flagged for the show, which relied on traditional romance-centric plotlines, series creator Dan Curtis introduced Barnabas (a marvelous Jonathan Frid) in 1967 and steered Dark Shadows into the supernatural realm, where it found its stride. Highlights during this 40-episode collection (#454-494) include Roger Collins introducing Barnabas to his new wife Cassanda, whom the vampire recognizes as Angelique, the witch who cursed him in 1795, and a bizarre experiment that enables Barnabas to see daylight for the first time in two centuries. This handsome four-DVD set also features interviews with actors Nancy Barrett, Kathryn Leigh Scott and director Lela Swift.

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Special Features

Exclusive interviews with Nancy Barrett, Kathryn Leigh Scott, director Lela Swift and photographer Ben Martin

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Thayer David Prof. Stokes,Ben
Clarice Blackburn Mrs. Johnson
Grayson Hall Julia
Joan Bennett Elizabeth,Naomi
Joel Crothers Joe,Nathan
Jonathan Frid Barnabas
Katherine Balfour Nurse
Louis Edmonds Roger,Joshua
Nancy Barrett Carolyn,Millicent
Roger Davis Jeff,Jeff Clark,Peter
Alexandra Moltke Victoria
Jerry Lacy Tony,Tony Peterson
David Henesy Daniel,David
John Karlen Willie
Lara Parker Cassandra,Angelique
Addison Powell Dr. Lang
Robert Rodan Adam
Craig Slocum Noah
Kathryn Leigh Scott Maggie
Rebecca Shaw Barmaid

Technical Credits
Dan Curtis Director
John Sedwick Director
Lela Swift Director

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