Dark Shadows

Season 4 Episode 73


Aired Weekdays 3:00 PM Oct 25, 1967 on ABC
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Carolyn wakes up in the middle of the night and sees David staring at her. David says he was just checking to make sure she wasn't dead. David gives her a toy soldier to protect her. Sarah appears to Carolyn, making Carolyn believe that David might be telling the truth about other things. CArolyn tells Elizabeth not to send David away. David is upset because Dr. Wooodard saw Sarah right before he died. Julia prepares another treatment to reverse the aging that Barnabas has experienced, however the experiment fails and Barnabas ages his entire body.moreless

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    Grayson Hall

    Grayson Hall

    Dr. Julia Hoffman

    Jonathan Frid

    Jonathan Frid

    Barnabas Collins

    David Henesy

    David Henesy

    David Collins

    Joan Bennett

    Joan Bennett

    Elizabeth Collins Stoddard

    Nancy Barrett

    Nancy Barrett

    Carolyn Stoddard

    Sharon Smyth

    Sharon Smyth

    Sarah Collins

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      • Carolyn: Sarah, how did you get in here?
        Sarah: Didn't David tell you?
        Carolyn: Tell me what?
        Sarah: All about me.
        Carolyn: Uh, I'm not sure I understand.
        Sarah: I think that I'm a ghost. A matter of fact, I'm sure I am.
        Carolyn: But I don't believe in...
        Sarah: Yes, you do, or else I wouldn't have been able to come here.

      • Barnabas: For most men, time moves slowly; so very slowly. They don't even realize it. But time has revealed itself to me in a very special way. Time is a rushing, howling wind raging past me; withering me in one relentless blast and then continues on. I have been sitting here passively, submissive to its rage, watching its work. Listen. Time, howling, withering.

      • Elizabeth: Dawn has not yet come to Collinwood. The Earth hovers between night and day as though terrified to bring into being the days and nights that lie ahead. But time is indifferent to terror, and the Earth obeys the primeval command; creating nights and days, creating the moment when fear no longer stalks, but stops to strike.

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