Dark Shadows Collection 6
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In 1795, Barnabas Collins has risen as a vampire and begs family servant Ben Stokes to drive a staked through his heart. Using her supernatural powers, Angelique tricks Josette Collins into going to Widows' Hill, where Josette sees a horrifying vision of her future should she become Barnabas' bride. Naomi Collins attempts to prevent the unscrupulous Nathan Forbes from reconciling with Millicent Collins. Reverend Trask persuades Nathan to testify against Victoria Winters, who is on trial for witchcraft. Barnabas vows revenge against Trask.
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Still stuck in 1795, Victoria has been captured by Reverend Trask who believes she is the witch. Angelique confesses her love for Barnabas, however she decides to make Barnabas suffer more because he does not love her. He still loves Josette. Angelique forces Barnabas to marry her, then she will make his little sister, Sarah, well again.
The Collins family prepares to move into their new estate, Collinwood.
Barnabas finds out Angelique is the witch. He shoots Angelique, but she survives. A bat attacks Barnabas. He later dies and is buried in the Mausoleum's hidden room. Angelique tries to drive a stake into his heart, but Barnabas awakes and strangles her. He knows now he is a vampire.
And now the gothic story of DARK SHADOWS continues:
Disc One is hidden underneath your Collector's postcard and Episode Booklet.
Disc One: January 24--February 6, 1968 (Episodes 413-422)
These episodes include: Roger Davis, Alexandra Moltke, Sharon Smyth, Joan Bennett, Thayer David, Jonathan Frid, Nancy Barrett, Joel Crothers, Elaine Hyman, Louis Edmonds, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Grayson Hall, Lara Parker, Bob O'Connell, Jane Drape, Dan Morgan.
All episodes are in color.
The end of this disc has an interview with Roger Davis.
Disc Two: February 7--February 20, 1968 (Episodes 423-432)
Also in these episodes: Jerry Lacy, Clarice Blackburn, Leslie barrett, Hansford Rowe, Tom Gorman, James Shannon, David Henesy.
All episodes are in color.
The end of this disc has an interview with Lara Parker.
Disc Three: February 21--March 5, 1968 (Episodes 433-442)
Also in these episodes: Vala Clifton, Craig Slocum.
All episodes are in color except episode 437 is in black & white.
The end of this disc has an interview with Louis Edmonds.
Disc Four: March 6--March 19, 1968 (Episodes 443-452)
Also in these episodes are: Charlotte Fairchild, Anita Bolster, Rebecca Shaw, Howard Honig.
All episodes are in color.
Enjoy the performance of Anita Bolster as "Bathia Mapes"- the spirit who was summoned.
The end of this disc has an interview with Sy Tomashoff.
Story created and developed by Art Wallace.
Brought to you by MPI Home Video/MPI Media Group.
4 discs total. 10 episodes per disc--total: 40 episodes.
It can take you around 3 hours, 45 minutes to watch each disc.
Every episode will play right into the next episode. No need to search and find.
Every episode is uncut and unedited as broadcast. If any episode was pre-empted, you will see everything you were suppose to see.
The next set to buy is Dark Shadows DVD Collection 7.
or you can buy this Dark Shadows: The Complete Original Series (Deluxe Edition).
Dark Shadows (1966-71) was videotaped at ABC Studios, Studio 16, Manhattan, New York.
Dark Shadows (ABC 1966-71).
House of Dark Shadows (1970).
Night of Dark Shadows (1971) (1971).
Dark Shadows: The Revival - The Complete Series (NBC 1990-91).
Dark Shadows (2012). Jonathan Frid, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Lara Parker and David Selby make a cameo appearance.
Jonathan Frid passed away peacefully in his sleep of natural causes, April 14, 2012. He was 87.
Barnabas Collins has now become a vampire and must feed off the blood of innocent people to survive. He is aided by his servant, Ben Stokes. Angelique has died, but the Collins family is still cursed. Lt. Nathan Forbes takes a dark turn and testifies against Vicky in the infamous witch trial. He plans to marry Millicent in order to take all her money. The day Josette jumps to her doom approaches as Vicky tries to help warn them and save the past. We're treated to some very rewarding deaths, crazy weird acid trip dream sequences, cheesy fights and much more. This is quite possibly the greatest soap opera of all time because it's filled with supernatural elements like ghosts, witches, vampires, and eventually werewolves. I highly recommend DARK SHADOWS COLLECTION 6!!!
The best thing about Dark Shadows is the top-notch acting done by the entire cast. When I first decided to purchase this series, I worried that the acting would be like most of today's lousy horror movie quality. However, this was not the case. In fact, these actors in Dark Shadows are of the highest caliber in talent. Even the actress who played little Sara is very effective; who can see her peeking at the lines she speaks occasionally, though. The people who work behind the scenes (writers, music composer, make-up artists, studio designers, etc.)really seem to have done their homework in helping to make Dark Shadows an errie, but interesting soap opera.
In this collection, number six, the Collins family is living in the year 1795. The viewer gets a good explaination for many developments that were a mystery in the 1967 version of family events: how Barnabas came to be a vampire, why Josette jumped at Widow's Hill, etc. The actress Lara Parker adds extra elements of sexual desire in her role as the wicked witch, who works at making everyone believe that Victoria is really the witch.
Dark Shadows is an all time classic!