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I wonder where this was shot.  For some reason, it makes me think of a room we may have been allowed to visit at Lockwood Mathews, but that may be just another of my hallucinations.

Carolyn is still a very young vampire. This is only her second night.  I am presuming that there is a process where they get progressively stronger as they go on and are nourished with the blood of more souls.

And yes, her defiance of him is consistent with her personality as it was when she was living.  Quelle surprise, eh, Mr Barnabas?

This scene does feel more like the real DS than a lot of the rest of the movie--probably one reason why I have always liked this scene.  A shot from it was chosen for the image used for the actual CD when the hoDS and NoDS soundtracks were released on disc many years ago.  Another curious thing is that it seems that Rhino had no access to the master tapes for that disc because if you listen through headphones, you can hear dialogue and noises from the actual film soundtrack at several points.

G.

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Yes, it's very sad.  No wonder when somebody asked her at Tarrytown "aren't you Joan Bennett?" her response was "I used to be."

And of course I remember that scream... and a certain prop that showed up on the show a few months later...

G.

828
Gosh, MB.  I am presuming the current scene WAS filmed since you have found the two stills of the exhumation party at work. And this may have been Joan's biggest, most dramatic moment in the entire movie.

Just a shame we'll never get to see it. Thanks for the script excerpts.  Poor Liz.

G.

829
While looking for some clips to add to my new Grayson Hall playlist on Youtube (inspired by yesterday's discovery of all that wonderful OLTL footage), I found this promo clip from one of my favorite NoDS scenes featuring Grayson and Selby:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYEZmEqDako&list=PLA2BTDLOSc-WIpyUMiX9s9R8RXk3emQYK&index=12

Posted by WB's official Youtube channel to promote the "Blu Ray" issue a few years ago.

G.

830
Some of Grayson's scenes in the 1970 film ADAM AT SIX A.M. (starring Michael Douglas) can be seen here.  Dana Elcar also appears.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4jyNn6-U8c

Grayson also appears briefly in part seven of this.

G.

831
Outrageous!  What a hoot.

G.

832
I had never heard that Dennis Patrick was also on this series.  This is a fan's edit of some clips with Nancy, followed by a completely different storyline involving a producer played by Dennis.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjbMKNp-MOU

The clip runs a little over six minutes and breaks off in the middle of a scene.

G.

833
This segment includes Anthony George.  Grayson also appears briefly.  The storyline has to do with the fallout from Asa's sudden appearance at his own "funeral."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CazhwxYp5MY&list=PLED1B339DCC05C808&t=86s&index=23

I think Grayson left the show soon after this--her character was written out.  The date I think is sometime around April of 1983.

G.

834
Cool article.  I'd buy FLIP when I could find it (and my allowance hadn't run out!) because they'd run stuff like this.

G.

835
Grayson vs Arlene are like crack cocaine together.

I really wish some of this stuff could be made available... these clips seem to have been transferred from old videos that some dedicated fan made of the original broadcasts.  Those tapes are now around 35 years old!

Glad you all enjoyed it!

G.

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Some more good Grayson footage here. She comes in shortly before the 5 minute mark, in a fabou black turban.  These are the episodes around the time of the Asa Buchanan "funeral" (from which you once posted some lovely captures, MB, from when it was shown on some TV special):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D264PD5jUbs&list=PLED1B339DCC05C808&index=22

G.

837
Gang, in this clip, there are a couple of scenes with Grayson as Euphemia.  She comes on around the 30 minute mark.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tToVbTWLKu8&t=2228s

LOVE Euphemia!!

G.

838
Fans,

Here's an extended clip of Nancy Barrett as a coldly calculating lawyer on ONE LIFE TO LIVE, back in 1982.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEPoI2_wQ5g

Fab to see Nancy again!

Best,

G.

839
Thanks again, MB, for those pages from the Dan Ross book and that unusual still of the exhumation party inside the mausoleum--I'm quite sure I never saw that shot before.  Bravo!  You'd give Diego the Explorer (if I'm remembering what some of my friends told me a few years ago about a popular children's program properly) a run for his swag.

I can see why all of this was cut.  If all of it was actually written out in some draft of the script, it does foreground how little experience the main people involved had in constructing a screenplay for a feature film, particularly in the horror genre in the early 70s.  The 90 minute running time was pretty much standard and had been for years.  Of course that was long compared to the horror films of the 30s and 40s which usually clocked in at 70 minutes or less.

I was startled to see a couple of articles posted to social media a week or two ago with this director explaining why his new film about Dunkirk is "so short."  The running time is reported to be 100 minutes.  My initial reaction was:  "that's short?"

A number of people I know have complained to me in recent years about all the big blockbuster feature films routinely running around 2 and a half hours.  That's a little too long both for children and people living in what we euphemistically call "the golden years."

G.

840
Calendar Events / Announcements '17 II / OT: GHOULITA (1963)
« on: July 19, 2017, 09:19:13 PM »
I think other DS fans besides myself might enjoy this audition clip by horror hostess Ghoulita.  The year is 1963.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6f8VXSAFda4

Definitely a foreshadowing of mad Jenny there...

G.

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