Dark Shadows (1991)
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Episode #1.10 

The Collins Family mourns the apparent death of Barnabas as they move into the new Collinwood mansion. Meanwhile, Peter enlists Natalie's help to help Victoria prove her innocence. That ... See full summary »

Director:

Rob Bowman
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Cross ... Barnabas Collins
Lysette Anthony ... Angelique
Barbara Blackburn Barbara Blackburn ... Carolyn Stoddard / Millicent Collins
Jim Fyfe ... Ben Loomis
Joanna Going ... Victoria Winters / Josette du Pres
Joseph Gordon-Levitt ... David Collins / Daniel Collins
Veronica Lauren ... Sarah Collins
Ely Pouget ... Maggie Evans
Barbara Steele ... Countess Natalie du Pres
Roy Thinnes ... Reverend Trask
Michael T. Weiss ... Joe Haskell / Peter Bradford
Jean Simmons ... Naomi Collins
Michael Cavanaugh ... Sheriff George Patterson / Andre du Pres
Stefan Gierasch ... Joshua Collins
Julianna McCarthy Julianna McCarthy ... Abigail Collins
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Storyline

The Collins Family mourns the apparent death of Barnabas as they move into the new Collinwood mansion. Meanwhile, Peter enlists Natalie's help to help Victoria prove her innocence. That same night, Barnabas rises as vampire and first makes Millicent his first victim. The vampire attacks in Collinsport only increase the evil and fanatical Trask's belief that the incarcerated Victoria is responsible. Victoria tries to persuade Josette to leave Collinsport before something happens to her. In the present, Joe discovers that Carolyn is under Barnabas' control. When Sheriff Patterson refuses to do anything, Joe plots to take matters into his own hands. Written by Larry B.

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 March 1991 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Beverly Hills, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Several costumes from the film Dangerous Liaisons (1988) were used in the scenes set in 1790, notably two dresses originally worn by Glenn Close and Uma Thurman. See more »

Goofs

Halfway into the episode, Barnabas is seeking to hide from the sunlight in the basement of the Collins house. Interestingly enough, he lays down next to a bag that says "70 KILOS". It's unlikely that the word would appear on a bag of grain (or whatever) at the time (1795). Collinsport is in Maine, and the unit of measure was not in use in either the colonies or Great Britain. In fact, the word "gram" was invented in April 1795 to replace the word "grave" which had gained a rather negative connotation as a result of the French revolution. In fact, the words gram and kilogram weren't truly adopted until December 1799 by the French, and simply would not have appeared on shipments in 1795. See more »

Quotes

Victoria Winters: Peter told me about Barnabas. I don't think I've quite taken it in yet. There's a man where I come from. He's so like Barnabas. His descendant, his namesake, in fact. I thought perhaps I was falling in love with him. But I guess that was just a fantasy really. But I feel as if I can look in your heart and understand.
Josette du Pres: I believe you are the only who can, Victoria. Come and sit down. I told you once before how I seemed to know you as I know myself. Well, now though my head spins to imagine it, I ...
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