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|number = 1164
 
|timeline= [[1840]]
 
|timeline= [[1840]]
 
|narrator= [[Virginia Vestoff]]
 
|narrator= [[Virginia Vestoff]]
|writer= [[Sam Hall]]||director= [[Lela Swift]]
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|writer= [[Sam Hall]]
|airdate= January 6, 1970
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|director= [[Lela Swift]]
|tapedate = December 29, 1970
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|airdate= [[Template:January 6|January 6]], [[1971 productions|1971]]<br><small>(Wednesday)</small>
|video =
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|tapedate = [[Template:December 29|December 29]], [[1970 productions|1970]]<br><small>(Tuesday)</small>
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|video = [[The Complete Original Series#Collection 20|Complete: Disc 120]]
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<br>[[Collection 24|Collection 24: Disc 4]]
 
|prevep= [[1182|←]]
 
|prevep= [[1182|←]]
 
|nextep= [[1184|→]]
 
|nextep= [[1184|→]]
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==Synopsis==
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Teaser
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[[Gerard Stiles|Gerard]] tries to convince [[Daphne Harridge|Daphne]] to marry him.
   
: ''Collinwood in 1840, a house filled with tensions. But though Quentin's defense in his trial for witchcraft has scored an important victory with the appearance of the long thought dead Joanna Mills, Joanna brings many new problems. For Samantha is convinced that she killed Joanna not seven months before, and Daphne suddenly finds herself in a strange triangle, knowing that Joanna loves Quentin. Meanwhile Daphne's fascination with Gerard keeps increasing against her will. This night, she has had a dream, a dream she cannot remember, but which makes her go to a mysterious room.''
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== Synopsis ==
   
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'''Teaser'''
   
Gerard tries to convince Daphne that she should marry him because Quentin loves Joanna. Quentin tells Joanna that he loves Daphne now. Gerard causes Daphne to have a dream that Quentin and Joanna are back in love. Daphne tells Quentin that she is going to marry Gerard.
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: ''[[Collinwood]] in [[1840]], a house filled with tensions. But though [[Quentin Collins (1840)|Quentin's]] defense in his trial for [[witchcraft]] has scored an important victory with the appearance of the long thought dead [[Joanna Mills]], Joanna brings many new problems. For [[Samantha Drew Collins|Samantha]] is convinced that she killed Joanna not seven months before, and [[Daphne Harridge|Daphne]] suddenly finds herself in a strange triangle, knowing that Joanna loves Quentin. Meanwhile Daphne's fascination with [[Gerard Stiles|Gerard]] keeps increasing against her will. This night, she has had a [[dream]], a dream she cannot remember, but which makes her go to a mysterious room.''
   
==Memorable quotes==
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After Daphne wakes up from her strange dream, she finds Gerard, and he asks her to marry him.
==Dramatis personae==
 
*[[David Selby]] as [[Quentin Collins (1840)|Quentin Collins ]]
 
*[[Kate Jackson]] as [[Daphne Harridge]]
 
*[[Virginia Vestoff]] as [[Samantha Collins]]
 
*[[James Storm]] as [[Gerard Stiles]]
 
*[[Lee Beery]] as [[Joanna Mills]]
 
   
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'''Act I'''
   
==Background information and notes==
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Daphne does not give Gerard an answer. Samantha walks in as they are about to kiss, which infuriates her and she threatens to go to Quentin, Barnabas or the court. He slaps her and talks her out of her mood. After she leaves, Gerard realizes that Samantha is a "problem that will have to solved".
   
==Bloopers and continuity errors==
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'''Act II'''
Gerard tells Daphne that he fell in love with her the day Quentin introduced him to "your" governess.
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Joanna visits Quentin at the jail and tells him she did not write the notes. She reminds him that he told her he would marry her, but Quentin tells her Samantha will not grant him a divorce. Quentin admits to that he is in love with Daphne and that Daphne loves him back.
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Daphne and Samantha have a confrontation in the drawing room. Samantha wants to know what Joanna told Daphne about her.
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'''Act III'''
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Daphne tells her she showed Joanna one of the letters and Joanna confirmed she did not write it. Daphne wonders aloud if Samantha is the one who has been leaving the letters, but Samantha insists it wasn't her.
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Later, Samantha tells Gerard that Daphne suspects Daphne knows that she wrote the letters. Gerard tells her he will take care of it. Gerard casts another spell over Daphne, where she dreams that Quentin and Joanna are still passionately in love with each other.
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'''Act IV'''
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Joanna admits to Daphne that she is still in love with Quentin. Samantha arrives and asks Daphne to leave. She tries to remind Joanna that they have met before, and then tells Joanna she is no longer welcome at Collinwood. Joanna agrees to leave, but not before telling her they will see each other again soon.
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Daphne visits Quentin at the jail and tells him that she is no longer in love with him, partly because of Joanna. She then informs him that she is going to marry Gerard.
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== Memorable quotes ==
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Samantha: Why did I have to fall in love with you?
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Gerard (voiceover): I don't know. I don't know. It’s not Joanna I must think about. It’s you Samantha. You’re the problem that will
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have to be solved.
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Joanna: We shall meet each other again, Mrs. Collins.
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Samantha: What do you mean by that?
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Joanna: Oh, I mean the village is very small. We’re bound to see each other. Good night, Mrs. Collins.
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== Dramatis personae ==
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* [[David Selby]] as [[Quentin Collins (1840)]]
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* [[Kate Jackson]] as [[Daphne Harridge]]
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* [[Virginia Vestoff]] as [[Samantha Drew Collins]]
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* [[James Storm]] as [[Gerard Stiles]] / [[Judah Zachery]]
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* [[Lee Beery]] as [[Joanna Mills]]
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== Background information and notes ==
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=== Production ===
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* This is the sixty-sixth episode, the third of three consecutive episodes, and the third of four episodes in the same week, [[Episodes with No Pre-Barnabas Cast Members|with no pre-Barnabas cast members]]. Without [[Jonathan Frid]], this is the thirty-fourth episode, and the second of two consecutive episodes, with an all-post-[[Barnabas]] cast. This is also the fifth and final episode, and the second of two consecutive episodes, with no pre-[[Quentin]] cast members.
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* [[File:1183-credits.jpg|thumb]][[:Category:Closing credits|Closing credits]] scene: Daphne's bridal chamber.
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=== Story ===
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* [[Quentin Collins (1840)|Quentin]] and [[Joanna Mills|Joanna]] broke up before he went to sea, but, according to [[Gerard Stiles|Gerard]], he would speak of her often aboard ship.
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* It was shortly after Joanna's birthday she learned [[Samantha Drew Collins|Samantha]] wouldn't grant Quentin a divorce. After that they would argue.
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* '''[[DREAM SEQUENCE]]''': [[Daphne Harridge|Daphne]] dreams that Quentin and Joanna are back in love.
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* '''[[INTERNAL MONOLOGUE]]''': Gerard: Making your mind up.
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* '''[[TIMELINE]]''': Day 437 begins, and will end in [[1187]].
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== Bloopers and continuity errors ==
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* [[James Storm]] flubs as he tells [[Daphne Harridge|Daphne]] that he fell in love with her the day [[Quentin Collins (1840)|Quentin]] introduced him to "your" governess.
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* It is stated to have been yesterday when [[Joanna Mills|Joanna]] first met [[Samantha Drew Collins|Samantha]] at [[Collinwood]] since her return, as seen in [[1181]]. However, it would appear to still be part of the same day.
 
[[Category:Dark Shadows episodes]]
 
[[Category:Dark Shadows episodes]]

Latest revision as of 22:36, April 22, 2019

1183
1183
Number

1164

Timeline

1840

Narrator

Virginia Vestoff

Writer

Sam Hall

Director

Lela Swift

Broadcast

January 6, 1971
(Wednesday)

Recorded

December 29, 1970
(Tuesday)

Video

Complete: Disc 120
Collection 24: Disc 4

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Gerard tries to convince Daphne to marry him.

Synopsis Edit

Teaser

Collinwood in 1840, a house filled with tensions. But though Quentin's defense in his trial for witchcraft has scored an important victory with the appearance of the long thought dead Joanna Mills, Joanna brings many new problems. For Samantha is convinced that she killed Joanna not seven months before, and Daphne suddenly finds herself in a strange triangle, knowing that Joanna loves Quentin. Meanwhile Daphne's fascination with Gerard keeps increasing against her will. This night, she has had a dream, a dream she cannot remember, but which makes her go to a mysterious room.

After Daphne wakes up from her strange dream, she finds Gerard, and he asks her to marry him.

Act I

Daphne does not give Gerard an answer. Samantha walks in as they are about to kiss, which infuriates her and she threatens to go to Quentin, Barnabas or the court. He slaps her and talks her out of her mood. After she leaves, Gerard realizes that Samantha is a "problem that will have to solved".

Act II

Joanna visits Quentin at the jail and tells him she did not write the notes. She reminds him that he told her he would marry her, but Quentin tells her Samantha will not grant him a divorce. Quentin admits to that he is in love with Daphne and that Daphne loves him back.

Daphne and Samantha have a confrontation in the drawing room. Samantha wants to know what Joanna told Daphne about her.

Act III

Daphne tells her she showed Joanna one of the letters and Joanna confirmed she did not write it. Daphne wonders aloud if Samantha is the one who has been leaving the letters, but Samantha insists it wasn't her.

Later, Samantha tells Gerard that Daphne suspects Daphne knows that she wrote the letters. Gerard tells her he will take care of it. Gerard casts another spell over Daphne, where she dreams that Quentin and Joanna are still passionately in love with each other.

Act IV

Joanna admits to Daphne that she is still in love with Quentin. Samantha arrives and asks Daphne to leave. She tries to remind Joanna that they have met before, and then tells Joanna she is no longer welcome at Collinwood. Joanna agrees to leave, but not before telling her they will see each other again soon.

Daphne visits Quentin at the jail and tells him that she is no longer in love with him, partly because of Joanna. She then informs him that she is going to marry Gerard.

Memorable quotes Edit

Samantha: Why did I have to fall in love with you?

Gerard (voiceover): I don't know. I don't know. It’s not Joanna I must think about. It’s you Samantha. You’re the problem that will have to be solved.

Joanna: We shall meet each other again, Mrs. Collins.

Samantha: What do you mean by that?

Joanna: Oh, I mean the village is very small. We’re bound to see each other. Good night, Mrs. Collins.

Dramatis personae Edit

Background information and notes Edit

Production Edit

  • This is the sixty-sixth episode, the third of three consecutive episodes, and the third of four episodes in the same week, with no pre-Barnabas cast members. Without Jonathan Frid, this is the thirty-fourth episode, and the second of two consecutive episodes, with an all-post-Barnabas cast. This is also the fifth and final episode, and the second of two consecutive episodes, with no pre-Quentin cast members.
  • 1183-credits
    Closing credits scene: Daphne's bridal chamber.

Story Edit

  • Quentin and Joanna broke up before he went to sea, but, according to Gerard, he would speak of her often aboard ship.
  • It was shortly after Joanna's birthday she learned Samantha wouldn't grant Quentin a divorce. After that they would argue.
  • DREAM SEQUENCE: Daphne dreams that Quentin and Joanna are back in love.
  • INTERNAL MONOLOGUE: Gerard: Making your mind up.
  • TIMELINE: Day 437 begins, and will end in 1187.

Bloopers and continuity errors Edit

  • James Storm flubs as he tells Daphne that he fell in love with her the day Quentin introduced him to "your" governess.
  • It is stated to have been yesterday when Joanna first met Samantha at Collinwood since her return, as seen in 1181. However, it would appear to still be part of the same day.
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