The Great House at Collinwood, in the strange, terrifying world of Parallel Time. On this night, Quentin Collins has been exonerated of the charge of murder, but a very great threat still exists, both to Quentin and to Barnabas Collins. For Timothy Stokes has been prevented from bringing Angelique back from the grave a second time. And now he has vowed his revenge against Barnabas and Quentin. A revenge that is destined to end in tragedy.
|Air date||July 17th, 1970|
|Starring||Thayer David; Jonathan Frid; Grayson Hall; Kathryn Leigh Scott; David Selby; Donna Wandrey|
Episode 1060 is an untitled episode of the daytime Gothic soap opera Dark Shadows. The episode was directed by Henry Kaplan and written by Gordon Russell. It was produced by Peter Miner and first aired on ABC on Friday, July 17th, 1970. This episode is part of the "1970 Parallel Time" storyline.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Thayer David||Timothy Eliot Stokes|
|Jonathan Frid||Barnabas Collins|
|Grayson Hall||Julia Hoffman|
|Kathryn Leigh Scott||Maggie Evans Collins|
|David Selby||Quentin Collins|
|Donna Wandrey||Roxanne Drew|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This episode is included on disc 4 of Dark Shadows DVD Collection 21 and disc 108 of the Dark Shadows: The Complete Original Series DVD collection.
- Opening narration: Kathryn Leigh Scott.
- This episode is the final installment in the "1970 Parallel Time" storyline.
- Final appearance of the modern-era parallel time reality; final appearance of all parallel time counterparts to mainstream characters.
- The death of Roxanne Drew takes place in this episode.
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