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Dark Shadows DVD Collection 11

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Julia Hoffman discovers wound marks on Barnabas' neck and realizes he is under the control of a vampire. Roger Collins attempts to prevent Victoria Winters from marrying Jeff Clark after he dreams the wedding will bring doom to her. After Chris Jennings arrives in Collinsport to investigate the death of his brother, a werewolf attacks a barmaid at the Blue Whale tavern. Victoria warns Nicholas Blair to keep away from Maggie after learning he has proposed marriage. David Collins and Amy Jennings explore the closed-off section of Collinwood, where they discover a disconnected old telephone and the mysterious spirit of Quentin Collins. Convinced that the mansion is being possessed by evil forces, Professor Stokes calls in a medium to investigate.

Bonuses: Includes exclusive interviews with creator/executive producer Dan Curtis and actors Marie Wallace, Nancy Barrett and Alexandra Moltke.

Starring: Jonathan Frid, Joan Bennett, Louis Edmonds, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Nancy Barrett, Thayer David, Grayson Hall, Lara Parker, Roger Davis, Joel Crothers, David Henesy, Humbert Allen Astredo, Don Briscoe, Denise Nickerson, Marie Wallace, Robert Rodan, Clarice Blackburn, Betsy Durkin, Cavada Humphrey, Conrad Bain, David Selby, Terry Crawford and Alexandra Moltke


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Product Details

  • Actors: Jonathan Frid, Grayson Hall, Alexandra Isles, Nancy Barrett, Joan Bennett
  • Writers: Dan Curtis
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Mpi Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: March 30, 2004
  • Run Time: 840 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00016MCAE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,975 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dark Shadows DVD Collection 11" on IMDb

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By E. Hornaday on February 27, 2004
Format: DVD
This latest Collection 11 of the daytime gothic supernatural TV masterpiece, Dark Shadows, brings a very welcome turning point in the plot of the series, along with some unwelcome cast changes.
The truly dreadful storyline involving Adam (similar to Frankenstein's creature) who was played by Robert Rodan is thankfully almost over. This story almost sank Dark Shadows when it first aired about 40 years ago, causing viewers to tune out in droves, and I fear that it may have done the same to many of those viewing the series for the first time via DVD. But please rest assured, we HAVE hit rock bottom. The plot only gets better and better as Dark Shadows embarks on some of its best storytelling and acting of the entire series.
The 40 episodes collected here not only pretty much close the aforementioned awful story arc, but also restores everyone's favorite reluctant 175-year-old vampire, Barnabas Collins (played to perfection by Jonathan Frid), to his former glory. It also introduces the mysterious Quentin Collins (portrayed by David Selby) in a Turn-of-the-Screw type plot that is facinating as well as frightening. Child actors David Henesy, who played David Collins, and Denise Nickerson, who played Amy Jennings, are terrific and spooky as the children controlled by Quentin's malevolent spirit.
Sadly, this set also marks the departure of Alexandra Moltke who portrayed Collinwood governess Victoria Winters and whose character had been the lynchpin of the series. Moltke's departure left a permanent void in the show. It was her voice viewers first heard when the show debuted in 1966. In the first episode, Moltke, as the innocent but compelling governess, was traveling by train to Collinsport, Maine. The scene opens with a now historic audio prelude that began,"My name is Victoria Winters.
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This DVD continues the story of Angelique as the vampire. In the previous DVD, Nicholas had put the curse on Angelique because she disobeyed him. After a series of events, Angelique was allowed to bite Barnabas. This is the storyline that is on the Dark Shadows View Master from 1968. It is most enjoyable as the plot thickens around Nicholas and HIS plans conflicting with Angelique and HER plans. There are plenty of twists and turns that will keep you glued to your set.
Eventually the plot segues into a new story about Chris Jennings who comes to town looking for his little sister. When the moon is full, Chris transforms into "an animal that walks like a man."
When we first hear the growls coming from the animal from behind a door, our interest grows even more. As we watch, we wonder what is this curious sound coming from inside the room?
As this DVD shows, the audience for Dark Shadows had plenty of reason to keep coming back in ever increasing numbers. The show continued to grow in popularity even to the extent of the beginnings of Dark Shadows merchandising. The first bublegum cards, books, posters, and other items got introduced at this time. Dark Shadows was a hot property on ABC, and 1968 was one of its best years ever. In terms of ratings, only the storyline to follow in 1969 was hotter.
If you like Dark Shadows, you'll want to continue watching to see how the story from the last DVD set plays out. We don't like him, but what becomes of the violent and heartbroken Adam? Where does Angelique end up? Does she make Barnabas a vampire again, or does he stay as her slave? Can Julia and Willie rescue Barnabas? Does Nicholas succeed in creating a whole race of beings like Adam and Eve? And what does he do with Maggie Evans? What about Maggie and Joe?
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Having seen all the episodes and story-arcs of "Dark Shadows" this is the set I started with until one day I buy the final one (Collection 26), and if you're not really a hardcore fan than you might consider starting off here as well because this is where the supernatural elements of "Dark Shadows" really kick in.

"Collection 11" is where we're first introduced to Quentin Collins whom in this story-arc is an evil ghost, and Barnabas' main adversary. Not to spoil future episodes, but the character of Quentin evolves a lot through later episodes to be nearly as indispensable a character as Barnabas Collins.
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In this collection the Adam - Eve relationship really goes haywire leading to a chain reaction of terrible tragedies. Angelique, aka Cassandra continues her wicked ways and manages to outdo Nicholas and lure Eve into no good (which wasn't far to go). Nicholas is becoming more human. He marries the human being he loves - Maggie Evans...things do not go happily ever after. We see the hellish place and creature that Nicholas and Angelique claim their allegiance to. The hellish creature is not someone you make deals with...and they find out. Alexandria Moltke is looking rounder in the middle and is here for the first few episodes (then leaves for her real pregnancy). The replacement actress for Vicky (Betsy Durkin) makes her appearance and Vicky finally weds her love Jeff/Peter after their second attempt, but they do not live happily ever after either. Does anyone in Collingwood really do? Adam continues his revenge rampage against Barnabus and Julia and hovers on the edge of suicide or life without love. The kind Prof. Stokes once again takes Adam in while while lamenting about his failure with Adam the first time. We also have the twin of Tom Jennings, Christopher (played by the same actor) and sister Amy make their appearance in Collingwood. Christopher has his own dark secret that he keeps from everyone.

Some additional thoughts on this Dark Shadows Collection. I know that things must twist, bend and turn and things cannot stay the same in real life - or soaps. This Collection makes me sad because we see less and less of the longtime DS characters. A favorite is gone with the real Vicky. I just cannot get used to this new Vicky (Betsy Durkin). I found myself dozing off through some of the episodes. The new characters are not as likable as the old favorites, neither is their storyline.
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