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Current Talk '03 II / Re:Today's Montage / Bye Davey
« on: September 10, 2003, 02:17:25 PM »
I've been watching the episodes from Autumn 1966 and it's stunning just how good Henesy was in them.  I was disappointed when I found out that I had missed taping the episode in which David begs Vicki to remain at Collinwood when he learns that she has seen the ghost of Bill Malloy (what do ya do with a drunken sailor?)

I also loved it when he played Jamison possessed by Petofi.  That was a fabulous performance!

For those who haven't read it, there was an interview with David H in one of the recent Pom Press books--I think it was the updated Scrapbook Memories (which bore practically no resemblance to the original edition).

G.

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Current Talk '03 II / Re:That Gerard is sooo Evil!
« on: September 09, 2003, 09:46:32 PM »
I've always been a fan of Gerard's sexxxy evil leer.

I view him as a precursor of Tim Curry's iconic moue in the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Just imagine Jim and Kate doing a duet of "Sweet Transsexual Transylvanian" or leading the kids in the Time Warp down the hallowed halls of Collinwood.

I'm afraid it would make Julia sca-REEEEAAAAMMM.

G.

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Current Talk '03 II / Re:Bleeeeccccchhhhhh
« on: September 08, 2003, 10:14:26 PM »
Julia's couture provides the *only* source of excitement for this viewer during the current storyline.

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Re:More Fest Pics
« on: September 08, 2003, 07:30:59 PM »
Thanks for sharing all these, Gerard.  You have such a beautiful smile.  And your friend looks like a body builder.  The shot of Jim Storm with the two of you is particularly cute.

I love the one of you with Pennock, too.  His smile is pure John Yeagar!

Marie is one of my favorite people among the DS actors.  I'm glad to hear you had such a good time with her.

And, of course, the shots of you with KLS give me quite a tingle, knowing what a lifelong dream it must have been for you to meet her.  I just hope that you won't be stalked now by other members of the TLATKLS Appreciation Society because of how much closer to her you are now!

I've been watching episodes of DS from October 1966 and really enjoying KLS' performance in the Frances Swann scripts.  I wish DC had allowed the writers to give Maggie more spunk in the later years.  It comes through loud and clear that spunk is something Miss Scott has in spades!

G.

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Current Talk '03 II / Festival Program Cover
« on: September 08, 2003, 05:31:14 PM »
A friend just described the DS Festival program cover; he said it featured a photo from the session with Grayson, Jonathan and Alex Stevens in wolf makeup that he had never seen before.

Can anyone confirm to me whether this was a new shot, or just the one we've all seen before?

And, if it is a new shot, can anyone post it here for those of us who did not attend?

G.

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Current Talk '03 II / Re:today was the day!
« on: September 08, 2003, 02:55:21 PM »
Wow!  these were amazing, MB.  Grayson the glamour goddess.  My personal favorite is 18446--I'd love a nice photo print of that on heavy stock.

There was a scene where she was on the stairs in front of the mirror that I recall showcasing the outfit beautifully, but your software doesn't seem to have snagged any of that.

Thanks for sharing such beauty with us,

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Re:OT/BRUCE
« on: September 08, 2003, 01:38:04 PM »
Ohhhh Jennifer you don't know what you're doing to me...

invoking our luscious, lascivious Donnie on a Monday a.m.!  It's a lucky thing I am not behind the wheel of a car right now cuz Don puts me right OUT OF CONTROL!

Around Halloween time I usually get out the tapes of the Tom Jennings storyline.  I love Tom's subsequent reappearances, too--my favorite is the "Joe Haskell is now officially bonkers" episode (poor Joe).

Steve

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Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Re:OT: My Good News
« on: September 08, 2003, 01:34:18 PM »
This is indeed wonderful news!  Have fun with your new system.

Ah, the leaves are starting to fall, a wonted crispness bites the air, and school bells ring out once more...  The sound of hassled parents cheering and hooting carouses vaguely in the distance.

Steve

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Current Talk '03 II / Re:David Henesy, Former Child Star
« on: September 05, 2003, 07:12:01 PM »
Ugh, I remember all too well the horror of those nasty, scratchy, revolting sweater-vest outfits.  I think my Mom only tried once or twice--I simply rebelled.

Those who were not around for the early 70s will never realize the martyrdom they escaped.  Sheer sartorial agony.

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Re:OT/BRUCE
« on: September 05, 2003, 05:52:40 PM »
Wise woman.  I actually pay people NOT to air the recordings of "The Boss" in my hearing.  His voice, to me, is like the scraping of sandpaper on a blackboard.  But I'm sure you will console yourself with a Bruce marathon at home on the night.

Hope you are feeling better now.  I am taking a late lunch now...looking forward to being outside for a bit!

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Re:Fest Photos - Part 2
« on: September 04, 2003, 02:39:20 PM »
Oh, sorry about the gaffe!  He looks just like Pierson to me.

care to ID any of the other photos?

of course, we DS fans do enjoy an air of mystery!

G.

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Current Talk '03 II / Re:David's Dream Blooper?
« on: September 04, 2003, 01:55:59 PM »
It seems to me, having watched these shows a couple of times, that the writers must have had an emergency session just before the switch to 1840.  The story that is played out in the 1840 sequence is very different from the hints and foreshadowings and clues that are given during the Summer of 1970 sequence.

One reason why they obviously had to change what was planned is that several scenes in 1840 were meant to take place on Quentin and Gerard's cosy little schooner, the Jolly Danielle Roget.  Yo ho HO! (and a bottle o' brandy)  We need to do a slash story, Pirates of 1840, with Johnny Depp as Quentin and Orlando Bloom as Gerard.

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Re:Fest Photos - Part 2
« on: September 04, 2003, 01:51:28 PM »
Thanks to Joeytron for posting these.  Can anyone identify the people shown in the various photos?  In Part One, it looked as if the first two were of Miss American Vampire 1970, but I'm not sure... I wasn't there.

dom, that guy whose mug shot appears at the end of the On Stage series is one of your favorite people--Mr. Jim Pierson!!

I have no idea who the two men are in "behind the scenes," but the younger one looks like James Caan to me.

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Re:Monday's Trip to Newport
« on: September 03, 2003, 01:42:46 PM »
Well, I'm sorry folks did not enjoy the trip to Newport, but it *is* a very long drive from NYC.

However, for me visiting the *real* Collinwood and its grounds is an experience with a unique magic that never fails to leave me spellbound.  It's really uncanny to walk around the house, and then go inside and look out of windows that you looked into so many times as a child.

The walk along the cliffs is breathtaking, too.  If you've seen the 1966 and early 1967 shows, there's an extra layer of associations because of all the filming they did back then on the site.

G.

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Thanks for posting this, Stuart.  I wonder just what Mr. Pierson means by the statement that events will continue to be held "if the support is there"?  On the heels of the announcement that this year's Festival broke all preceding attendance records (despite the difficulties many fans expressed with Labor Day weekend as a date), it would seem obvious that there's a real market for Dark Shadows conventions out there.

I wonder what format the Tarrytown Festival will take?  I know there's no way that Lyndhurst could accommodate more than a fraction of the crowds the Festivals traditionally attact, though, if there's nice weather, fans could have fun outdoors on the grounds socializing and perhaps sharing picnic baskets.  I'm assuming the main base of the event would be an area hotel, with the traditional day trip to Lyndhurst occupying at least one day's events.

I wonder whether there have ever been discussions with the Carey family about having the event in Newport and at least one day spent on the grounds of the *real* Collinwood?  Again, issues of crowd control might make this prohibitive.  The house is already suffering a lot from the wear and tear of the elements.

G.

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