Carolyn follows Burke to Bangor. While drunk, Sam makes a damaging admission to Bill.




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Carolyn follows Burke to Bangor. While drunk, Sam makes a damaging admission to Bill.

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19 August 1966 (USA)  »

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"Watch Out for That Ring"
19 August 2011 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Stopping in for coffee, Malloy (Frank Schofield) interrupts Roger (Louis Edmonds) arguing with Sam (David Ford). Reminding Sam they've been friends for about 30 years, Malloy tries unsuccessfully to get information about 1956's events from Sam. Burke (Mitchell Ryan) telephones Carolyn (Nancy Barrett) at Collinwood to let her know he found the ring she left for him to find, two episodes ago. Roger arrives for coffee at the hotel restaurant (from silent Susie) and sees Burke with Carolyn's ring...

Alone with an unresponsive Sam and saying, "I thought all you great artists could hold your liquor," Malloy decides to loosen Sam's tongue by getting him drunk...

Everyone does a good job in this one. Clearly, Mr. Ford is comfortable in his new job as Sam the alcoholic painter. Note Roger's forehead wound is addressed more properly in make-up than was evident in the previous episode. There isn't much coffee in Mr. Schofield's cup, but he fills Ford's glass well. "Dark Shadows" had been good at showing real food and drink. We get good screen cap of Burke's sketch. There is nicely matched film of Carolyn entering and exiting the "Collins Port Inn"...

****** Dark Shadows 1966 ABC #40 (8/19/66) John Sedwick ~ David Ford, Frank Schofield, Nancy Barrett, Mitchell Ryan...

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