Malloy interrogates Sam over the whereabouts of Burke Devlin and Carolyn. Meanwhile, Elizabeth eagerly awaits Carolyn's return home.

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Elizabeth Collins Stoddard
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Carolyn is out late and Liz is concerned when she learns that she was last seen leaving the pub with Burke. In town, Bill Malloy meets Sam Evans and asks if he has seen Carolyn and Burke. Sam is curious as to why they would be together, and tries to get more gossip out of Bill. Bill tells him about Roger's car accident. Meanwhile Carolyn has met back up with Joe, who takes her home to Collinwood. Written by L. Hamre

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21 July 1966 (USA)  »

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"The Whole Town Is Talking"
29 July 2011 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Still reeling from the shock of Roger's car crash, Liz (Joan Bennett) is unable to sleep because Carolyn is out late. Her daughter had gone out with Joe, then met Burke. Malloy (Frank Schofield) calls to report he's looking for Carolyn. At the Blue Whale, Malloy tells Sam (Mark Allen) about Roger's accident. Bartender Bob O'Connell has a cigar in his mouth as a signal he won't be speaking to his patrons - if he spoke, Mr. O'Connell would have to be paid as an "under seven" line actor. For related reasons, when Carolyn (Nancy Barrett) and Joe (Joel Crothers) stop by the hotel restaurant for a hamburger and coffee, Joe serves both. "They're short-handed, Maggie went home sick," explains Joe. Watch for the series first great example of "Mike Shadows" on the drawing room doors, after Joe brings Carolyn home to Collinwood...

**** Dark Shadows 1966 ABC #19 (7/21/66) Lela Swift ~ Joan Bennett, Nancy Barrett, Joel Crothers, Frank Schofield...


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