The great estate of Collinwood in parallel time, where each person follows a new destiny. But Barnabas has not found the peace he wanted so desperately. Instead, he is trapped in a coffin, the prisoner of a half-mad author. He does not know that on this night, a young scientist has taken a potion he believes will eliminate evil from his mind. But instead, has changed him into a strange, violent creature who causes havoc wherever he goes.
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|Airdate:||April 21st, 1970|
|Producers:||Peter Miner; George DiCenzo; Dan Curtis|
|Starring:||David Selby; Lisa Richards; Chris Pennock; Elizabeth Eis; Camila Ashland; George Strus|
Episopde 997 is an untitled episode of the daytime Gothic soap opera Dark Shadows. The episode was directed by Lela Swift and written by Sam Hall. It was produced by Peter Miner and George DiCenzo and first aired on ABC on Tuesday, April 21st, 1970. This episode is part of the "1970 Parallel Time" storyline.
Principal Cast Edit
|David Selby||Quentin Collins|
|Lisa Richards||Sabrina Stuart|
|Chris Pennock||John Yaeger|
Guest Stars Edit
|Elizabeth Eis||Buffie Harrington|
|Camila Ashland||Minnie Duvall|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc two of Dark Shadows DVD Collection 20 and disc 102 of the Dark Shadows: The Complete Original Series DVD collection.
- Opening narration: Lisa Richards.
- Opening still: Collinwood; exterior, night.
- Closing still: Cyrus Longworth's laboratory.
- This episode includes a recap of events from episode 996.
- This is the first and only appearance of Minnie Duvall.
- Behind-the-scenes appearance of Barnabas Collins. He is chained inside of a coffin at the beginning of this episode.
- Steve compares John Yaeger to "some sort of Superman". Superman is a fictional superhero created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1938 and was headlined his own comic book series as well as Action Comics published by DC Comics.
- There are no bloopers available for this episode at this time. Be the first to add some! Just click on the edit tab under the section heading and start typing. A blooper is any revealing mistake that can be found within the episode that the production crew may have missed during editing. This can range from inconsistent lines of dialogue to visible production equipment in the shot to mis-spoken lines of dialogue, or... dare we say it? A wardrobe malfunction.
- John Yaeger: Oh, how pretty your tears are.
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