Dark Shadows

Season 3 Episode 75

DS-267

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Aired Weekdays 3:00 PM Jul 04, 1967 on ABC
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Barnabas finds Elizabeth on the edge of Widows' Hill looking like she will jump. Victoria continues to fear for Elizabeth's state of mind. David shows Victoria the family Bible, containing the death dates of the whole family. Elizabeth fills in a date for her death.

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    Anthony George

    Anthony George

    Burke Devlin

    Alexandra Moltke

    Alexandra Moltke

    Victoria Winters

    Jonathan Frid

    Jonathan Frid

    Barnabas Collins

    David Henesy

    David Henesy

    David Collins

    Joan Bennett

    Joan Bennett

    Elizabeth Collins Stoddard

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      • Barnabas: You work very hard at your job.
        Victoria: I enjoy what I'm doing. Most people don't always have that opportunity.
        Barnabas: You're quite young to have arrived at that conclusion. It shows great maturity and a sense of wisdom.
        Victoria: Oh, thank you. I only wish it were true.
        Barnabas: It most certainly is. The Collins family are very fortunate to have you around. I would go even further and say that anyone who comes into close contact with you is extremely fortunate.
        Victoria: If you continue, Mr. Collins, you're gonna make me the most conceited person in Collinsport.
        Barnabas: I doubt that very much. I doubt that anything could change you.

      • Victoria: My name is Victoria Winters. There is a cliff near Collinwood that by legend was created for those who have lost all hope, because their existence has become intolerable. It is the place of the dividing line between life and death. There is one who has come to this place, seeking an escape from problems that have become insurmountable.

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