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Alexandra Moltke
(as Victoria Winters)


Art Wallace


Lela Swift


August 12, 1966


July 29, 1966


Complete: Disc 4
Beginning 1: Disc 4

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Sam unsuccessfully tries to get out of painting a portrait of Burke; Carolyn is jealous over Victoria's meeting with Burke.

Synopsis Edit

My name is Victoria Winters. The hand of death brushed close to the house on Widows' Hill then moved away, stirring the musty air with its touch, filling the corridors with the overpowering scent of fear and hatred.

Joe calls Carolyn and gloats about Burke and Victoria. She's upset and it's obvious. David eavesdrops and lies. He suggests that Victoria is only with Burke because Carolyn's interested in him. Sam looks for Maggie. Burke and Sam chat about the gossip concerning the accident. Sam says he can't do Burke's portrait several times and drinks.

Victoria returns to Collinwood. She runs into Carolyn, who is obviously jealous of Victoria's meeting with Burke Devlin. Victoria tells her that there is nothing between her and Burke and Carolyn finally apologizes.

Sam advises Joe to take Carolyn away. He insists that he loves his hometown and has no intention of leaving. David tells Victoria that she's going to be sorry she ever came to Collinwood.

Memorable quotes Edit

Carolyn: (to David) You are a monster. A real, solid 14-carat monster.

Dramatis personae Edit

Background information and notes Edit

Production Edit

  • Actor David Ford replaces Mark Allen in the role of Sam Evans beginning with this episode. Bob Lloyd announces the change over the opening title sequence: "The character of Sam Evans will be played by David Ford".

Story Edit

Bloopers and continuity errors Edit

End credits announcementsEdit

  • Watch live exclusive color coverage of the third and fourth rounds of the Thunderbird Golf Tournament Saturday and Sunday afternoon on ABC.
  • Dark Shadows is a Dan Curtis production.

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