My name is Victoria Winters. The devils of a forgotten time have found their home on the crest of Widows' Hill and the great house echoes with their pain. It's a lonely and frightening world, but for me it's a place of hope. A place where the winds of the past can bring the answers for the future.
Season 1966, Episode 8
|Airdate||July 6th, 1966|
|Starring||Joan Bennett; Elizabeth Wilson; Nancy Barrett; Joel Crothers; Alexandra Moltke|
Episode 8 is the untitled eighth episode of the Gothic daytime soap opera series Dark Shadows. It was directed by Lela Swift with a story developed and written by Art Wallace. The episode was produced by Robert Costello and first aired on ABC on July 6th, 1966.
Notable cast members for this episode include Joan Bennett as Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, Elizabeth Wilson as Mrs. Hopewell, Nancy Barrett as Carolyn Stoddard, Joel Crothers as Joe Haskell and Alexandra Moltke as Victoria Winters.
Principal cast Edit
|Joan Bennett||Elizabeth Collins Stoddard|
|Elizabeth Wilson||Mrs. Hopewell|
|Nancy Barrett||Carolyn Stoddard|
|Joel Crothers||Joe Haskell|
|Alexandra Moltke||Victoria Winters|
Guest Stars Edit
|Gwen Van Dam||Secretary|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Actress Gwen Van Dam is uncredited for her participation in this episode.
- Mrs. Hopewell makes reference to Wilbur Strake in this episode. Wilbur Strake is a private investigator hired by Burke Devlin to look into the affairs of the Collins family. He appeared in episodes 1 and 2.
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