Sam tries to get out of painting Burke's portrait. Carolyn becomes jealous of Victoria.




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Victoria Winters (as Alexandra Moltke)


Sam tries to get out of painting Burke's portrait. Carolyn becomes jealous of Victoria.

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12 August 1966 (USA)  »

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"Either Cure it or Drown It"
12 August 2011 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

After a nice filmed opening, David (David Henesy) fearfully descends the foyer staircase to eavesdrop on his sister's telephone call from Joe (Joel Crothers). Joe tells Carolyn (Nancy Barrett) he saw Vicki in Burke's hotel room, after Joe stopped by to clear a bar tab. Still nursing his hangover, Joe is eating a hamburger when David Ford (as Sam Evans) arrives at the hotel restaurant, looking for daughter Maggie and Burke (Mitchell Ryan). Sam tries to renegade on his agreement to paint Burke's portrait. Carolyn reveals her jealousy to Vicki (Alexandra Moltke)...

Over the opening, we are advised, "The character of Sam Evans will be played by David Ford." This was the series' first major re-casting. Advising viewers over the opening title was a common way of alerting viewers about casting changes. With his red hair and stubble, previous "Sam" Mark Allen was cast to last, but he apparently found more regular work elsewhere. Interestingly, Mr. Ford would begin courting Ms. Barrett. The unlikely romantic pair would have a brief marriage during the show's run. The characters "Carolyn" and "Sam" barely crossed paths...

**** Dark Shadows 1966 ABC #35 (8/12/66) Lela Swift ~ Nancy Barrett, David Ford, Alexandra Moltke, Mitchell Ryan...

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