|← 516 →|
May 28, 1968
|We have 9 images of Dark Shadows 516|
- The great house in Collinwood is shrouded in darkness. A darkness that hides unnamed terrors. In the Old House, on another part of the Collins estate, two people are undergoing a night of terror. For Barnabas Collins has disappeared and two spirits of those already dead have risen from their graves, spirits that can save or destroy him.
Willie opens the wall to find Barnabas despite the ghost of Trask's attempt to frighten him and Julia out of the basement. Cassandra makes Elizabeth believe that she is Naomi and shows her where she is to be buried. Trask seeks out Cassandra and tries to destroy her.
Memorable quotes Edit
- Reverend Trask: (to Cassandra) Witch!... You are the witch I have been seeking and you must be destroyed!... Burn witch, burn!
Dramatis personae Edit
- Joan Bennett as Elizabeth Collins Stoddard
- Jonathan Frid as Barnabas Collins
- Grayson Hall as Julia Hoffman
- John Karlen as Willie Loomis
- Lara Parker as Cassandra Collins
- Jerry Lacy as Reverend Trask (uncredited)
- Florence Stanley as Sobbing Josette (voice only, uncredited)
Background information and notes Edit
- This episode was recorded out of broadcast sequence. The previous episode to be recorded was 514.
- The sound of the weeping woman is the same one used in early episodes of the series, where it was coming from the basement of Collinwood and later revealed to be that of Elizabeth Collins Stoddard.
- Jerry Lacy is incorrectly credited as portraying Tony Peterson instead of the ghost of Reverend Trask in the credit roll.
- GHOSTWATCH: Reverend Trask's ghost appears to Julia and Willie. Later, he appears to Cassandra.
- The script does not give Josette's ghost proper credit for alerting Julia that Barnabas was immured in The Old House basement.
Bloopers and continuity errors Edit
- Julia and Willie are wearing different clothes in reprise from the previous episode. Willie now wears a cream jacket and Julia is now wearing a green coat.
- The rope used to pull down the big suitcase is visible.
- Naomi's plaque in the Collins mausoleum still has a death date of 1821. We saw in 458 that Naomi died in 1796.
- In a later scene, it is clearly just a grey sheet of paper that covers Naomi's memorial plaque to make it look like it has never been engraved.
- The brick wall where Barnabas is trapped looks different than in the previous episode, and from other sections of the wall. The mortar now looks as if it has dripped over the bricks, as if the bricks were hastily laid.
- The clock gives a time of midnight when Elizabeth and Cassandra are in the drawing room. However, the time was 1:50am in the previous episode and the events of this episode follow on directly.