Dark Shadows (1966–1971)
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Episode #1.18 

Victoria tells Roger she saw Burke Devlin near the car with a wrench in his hand. Meanwhile David fears his father will go to the police.

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... Roger Collins
... David Collins
... Victoria Winters (as Alexandra Moltke)
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David shows some concern for his father's injuries. Roger is short-tempered in his answers and sends David back to bed. David talks to Vicki about the car-accident. Vicki says if someone tampered with the car they will go to jail, and says she would tell if she knew the identity of the culprit. Later, Roger twists Vicki's statements to fit his suspicions of Burke, and insists that Vicki accompany him into town to confront Burke. Written by L. Hamre

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20 July 1966 (USA)  »

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A crewman jumped the gun with the knocking sound effect. Victoria just climbed back into bed when a knocking at the door is heard, but the next scene shows Roger approaching her door and then knocking. See more »

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Victoria Winters: [voiceover narration] My name is Victoria Winters. My past is still a mystery to me. But my future is bound to the great house on Widows' Hill.
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"I Don't Like Little Boys Listening at Keyholes"
29 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

Following his father's car crash, Vicki (Alexandra Moltke) tries to comfort David (David Henesy). Vicki and Roger (Louis Edmonds) discuss a possible suspect in the brake tampering… This story arc would have been much better if the incident was really a mystery, and had involved something more recognizable than the bouncing "bleeder valve." This was the first episode to feature three performers only. The closing credits are skipped, but executive producer Dan Curtis and "Dark Shadows" usually credit the cast. Generally, daytime serial performers were not credited in this manner. The daily credits meant that viewers could easily write letters and scream real names, when the mania started...

**** Dark Shadows 1966 ABC #18 (7/20/66) Lela Swift ~ Alexandra Moltke, Louis Edmonds, David Henesy


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