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Number

42

Timeline

1967

Narrator

Alexandra Moltke
(as Victoria Winters)

Writer

Francis Swann

Director

John Sedwick

Broadcast

August 23, 1966
(Tuesday)

Recorded

August 9, 1966
(Tuesday)

Video

Complete: Disc 5
Beginning 2: Disc 1

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Burke confers with James Blair about taking control of everything the Collins family own. Sam is unable to reveal the truth to Elizabeth.

Synopsis Edit

My name is Victoria Winters. 130 years ago, the love of a man and a woman built this mansion on the crest of Widows' Hill. Today, fear, distrust, and hatred have almost destoyed it.

Elizabeth invites Sam in and he admits that she’s the one he wants to see. He tells her he has something to tell her about Roger and the 10-year-old accident that will save his soul. Sam admires the Collins portraiture and remarks that Paul Stoddard wanted a portrait like Jeremiah's done. Elizabeth doesn't want to see the sketches. They talk about Burke's portrait. Elizabeth asks why Burke came to Collinsport. Burke meets with Bronson's associate, Blair, and learns that he could probably buy all that the Collins family owns. He learns that Collinwood was too much a liability to be mortgaged and that recently, its property tax was reduced. Carolyn stalks Burke; Joe shows up at Collinwood. Elizabeth is still looking for Malloy and Carolyn; Joe suggests she's with Burke in Bangor. Carolyn joins Burke & Blair for lunch; Burke says Blair's helping him destroy Elizabeth and everything she owns. Carolyn laughs and Burke kicks Blair out. Burke and Carolyn goof around and he gives her a pen. She plans to use it to start her diary and Burke lays it on heavily. Sam leaves without blabbing after reacting badly to mention of Malloy. Elizabeth begins to believe Sam must have a secret.

Memorable quotes Edit

Elizabeth: (about the drawing room) It's dark and gloomy and you know it.

Burke: Always tell the truth... it will be much better in the long run.

Elizabeth: Oh, did you see Mr. Malloy?
Joe: No. He hasn't been near the plant all day.
Elizabeth: That's odd. Oh, Joe, Sam Evans is in there. Would you go in and talk to him? Please close the doors. I'll see if I can get hold of Mr. Malloy.
Joe: Sure.
Elizabeth: There's a drink in there if you want it.
Joe: Oh. Don't even suggest it.

(after Sam leaves Collinwood)
Joe: Do you want me to go after him, bring him back?
Elizabeth: No. The worst part of a secret, Joe, is not being able to tell anyone. Sam Evans will come back of his own accord when he can no longer stand keeping it to himself.

Dramatis personae Edit

Background information and notes Edit

Production Edit

  • The character of James Blair replaces Stuart Bronson beginning with this episode. Actor Barnard Hughes was unavailable to reprise his role. He appears only in this episode and episode 89.
  • During the clapboard, actress Joan Bennett can be seen getting ready for her first scene.
  • Music composer Robert Cobert is missing in the end credits.

Story Edit

Bloopers and continuity errors Edit

  • During the opening scene with Elizabeth and Sam, the boom microphone can be heard banging on the top of the set.
  • A boom microphone shadow and some camera wires can be seen in the Bangor restaurant.

End credits announcementsEdit

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