At the great house of Collinwood Victoria Winters has returned to the present day from her strange and haunting adventure in the past. But the terrible events she lived through there are beginning to change not only her life, but the fates of those around her. But her own grief is so great she is able to think only of her lost love - a man she met and grew to know - a man who lived and died almost two hundred years ago.
Season 1968, Episode 463
|Airdate||April 3rd, 1968|
|Starring||Joan Bennett; Jonathan Frid; Nancy Barrett; Jerry Lacy; Alexandra Moltke|
Episode 463 of Dark Shadows was directed by John Sedwick and written by Sam Hall. It originally aired on ABC on Wednesday, April 3rd, 1968. In this episode, Victoria Winters tries to recall more of her experiences from the year 1795 by taking Elizabeth out to the grave of Peter Bradford at Eagle Hill Cemetery. Later, she purchases a portrait that she brings home to Collinwood, which happens to be a likeness of the witch Angelique. Carolyn Stoddard breaks a date with Tony Peterson to answer a summons from Barnabas Collins. Tony follows her and when he sees Barnabas bearing down on her neck, assumes that Carolyn is having an affair, not realizing that he is actually drinking her blood.
Principal Cast Edit
|Joan Bennett||Elizabeth Collins Stoddard|
|Jonathan Frid||Barnabas Collins|
|Nancy Barrett||Carolyn Stoddard|
|Jerry Lacy||Tony Peterson|
|Alexandra Moltke||Victoria Winters|
Guest Stars Edit
|Lara Parker||Angelique |
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc two of Dark Shadows DVD Collection 7 and disc 50 of the Dark Shadows: The Complete Original Series DVD collection.
- Opening narration: Nancy Barrett.
- Closing still: Collinwood foyer.
- Lara Parker's laughter can be heard coming from the Portrait of Angelique, however, the actress does not actually appear in the episode, nor is she credited.
- Victoria Winters was trapped in the year 1795 where she lived with the 18th century version of the Collins family from episode 366 to episode 460.
- Peter Bradford was sentenced to die by hanging for the murder of Noah Gifford (which was actually committed by Victoria Winters in self defense in episode 455). Peter's execution took place following Victoris' which was suspended due to her unexpected return to the present.
- The dates on Peter Bradford's tombstone state that he was born on January 18th, 1770 and died on April 3rd, 1795. This should actually read 1796, as it was already late November when Victoria Winters first arrived in 1795, which was some months prior to her and Peter's execution.
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- ↑ Laughter only.