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Calendar Events / Announcements '06 II / Re: Happy Birthday Minja
« on: July 19, 2006, 01:24:42 PM »
All the best for a great and happy birthday!!!
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 Michael
 
 

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Barnabas: Can Santa Claus bring me a new toy soldier? I see him right up there!
Julia: The dosage was  'gasp' too high, you're regressing..too far, oooouuuuooouuu, sob!!! :'(

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Caption This! - 1970 Parallel Time / Re: Episode #1058
« on: July 18, 2006, 09:31:49 PM »
Sssshe sssellllssss ssssea sshellsssss by the ssssseashore. How does ssssaying thisssssss sssssilly thing help my enunssssccccciation?

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Caption This! - 1970 Parallel Time / Re: Episode #1060
« on: July 18, 2006, 09:23:49 PM »
Thayer could never get enough crepes suzette!

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A big Happy Birthday Sheenasma from Michael & Diane (who once upon a time were VACousin & DRobin on AOL)   ;D

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Hope you have a great one  [cat]

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Being the morbidly curious types we are  [vampire] [gorgeous], Diane and I always enjoy visiting noted cemeteries while vacationing. I have found Find-A-Grave to be of great help, especially on last year's Hollywood trip, because as some of you may know, the two Forest Lawn cemeteries refuse to offer any assistance to locating any site for you.  [grim]  Anyway, all that said, I think all the work done by the obvious fans of Dark Shadows is a beautiful tribute to the enduring quality of work done on the series. Thanks to you for your good work at creating virtual "Eagle Hill" Castlebee.
         I have one question, and I'm sure someone on these boards knows, was Grayson indeed cremated? Does anyone know further details?

Thanks,
Michael 

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Vicki: Thank you Cora, I think I'll always use Maxwell House Coffee from now on.
Matthew: See you do that, my pretty.  [_witch_]

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David: That Vicki is so dumb about old furniture, she doesn't know a Duncan Phyfe from a Jim Fyfe.

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Roger (off camera): Liz, i tell you again, THE CHAIR is not my son.
David (scribling and thinking) "I can sell these as lyrics to Michael Jackson!"

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Mr. Wells: I promise on my honor to my Lodge that I will be square and obey the law of the pack.
Sam: That's you Weblo's pledge, not the Collinsport Order of the Moose plegde.

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Current Talk '06 II / Re: Favorite Jewelry
« on: July 11, 2006, 04:58:04 PM »
I like those large "dangly" triangle baubled earrings Julianka and later some of Nancy Barrett's characters wore. They are very sexy. I also like Joan Bennett's emeralds. I wish I could afford them for my wife.
       No question Barnabas's onyx ring is a classic. Simple, elegant, and hints of mystery.
Michael

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Current Talk '06 II / Re: Leviathan story vs 1970PT story
« on: July 10, 2006, 04:45:53 PM »
Likewise, I enjoy parts of both strorylines quite a bit, and not just because of my "nicksake".  I actually think the opening of the Leviathan story is quite good, with the exception of the abruptness of the changeover. I wish we had seen more of the cloaked devotees of the order, and I always liked the look of the altar and the whole creepiness, especially  [spoiler]  ...when David actually opens and enters a secret hollow within the altar itself.[/spoiler] In PT, I likewise get very tired of PT Quentin's overall insufferableness, and I don't think he and KLS have that much chemistry, especially when compared to David and either Terry Crawford and Kate Jackson. PT Quentin's segments can really drag. I always like the underrated Elizabeth Eis, and this is her best showcase, and the Cyrus/Yaeger is one of the more "adult" storylines. I think they only let the perversitry go further because, well, it was Chris Pennock.
     Then again, I am one of the few people who seem to regard "The Haunted Palace" as a better entry in the Corman/Price series than most critics. I watched it again this weekend, and I love the score and it has a better and more expansive supporting cast than most of the series. I still feel it was a film that influenced DS overall, not just "Night of Dark Shadows".

Michael  [Ghost00]
Wow, post # 700!  :)
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A  Birthday of "double happiness" wishes  as they say in the Chinese restaurants to both DStoDA and scottd
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All All the the best best !!
Michael  [icecream]     [icecream]

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Ok, I may be in the minority here, but since the actors from the first and last episodes will obviously not all be there, I think it would be really fun if Betsy Durkin pliayed Vicky in the first one!
In total agreement with you, C Jenny. I hope it happens
Michael
   

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Dear Miss Winters, I appreciate your nice letter. Please be aware that the Constitution allows the right to bear arms, not bare arms. I do not think we need a new amendment at this time however, Sincerely, Senator Susan Collins  [eek]