Dark Shadows

Season 1 Episode 2

Episode Two

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 14, 1991 on NBC
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Following a fatal attack by Barnabas, Daphne Collins rises as a vampire. Dr. Julia Hoffman, a blood specialist, discovers Barnabas' secret and offers her help, hoping to cure Barnabas of his vampirism through a series of experiments.

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    Roy Thinnes

    Roy Thinnes

    Roger Collins/Reverand Trask

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt

    David Collins/Daniel Collins

    Michael T. Weiss

    Michael T. Weiss

    Joe Haskell/Peter Bradford

    Stefan Gierasch

    Stefan Gierasch

    Michael Woodard/Joshua Collins

    Eddie Jones

    Eddie Jones

    Sam Evans/Bailiff Henry Evans

    Michael Cavanaugh

    Michael Cavanaugh

    Sheriff George Patterson/André du Prés

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      • Julia :It will be a long time, perhaps never, for those of us who have experienced the events of the past few days will ever be able to forget. But as horrible as those events were they pale into the glare of what could be a new and important discovery. Today I shall attempt to find the truth of what my intellect refuses to accept. At sunset, I shall confront the monster in his lair.

      • Daphne: Don't be afraid Joe, don't be afraid. We're going to be together in a world without end.

      • Professor Woodard: Julia, do you believe in the exsistence of vampires?
        Julia : Tell me you're not serious.

      • Victoria: My name is Victoria Winters. I am a stranger in the great house of Collinwood, but there are other strangers here too...a man with riveting eyes, new to the land, but not to it's past. But fate has also sent a third uninvited guest, one who has swept through the once quiet village, and come to Widows' Hill, where they say cries of sorrow have been heard for centuries. Tonight they will be heard again, for the third visitor...is death.

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