Dark Shadows - Collection 2 (DVD, 2002, 3-Disc Set, Three Disc Set)
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|Edition:||Three Disc Set|
|Number of Discs:||3|
|Display Format:||Three Disc Set|
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- kountry666Jan 25, 2013by
CLASSIC STORY LINES CLASSIC TELEVISION. IF YOU LIKE THE JOHNNY DEPP MOVIE WATCH WERE IT STARTED A++++
- safechannelAug 3, 2010by
Dark Shadows, or Barnabas Collins, Part II
I like the product for several reasons. Number one is that it is professionally produced, and all the disks actually play. There are a few manufacturers of DVD sets who provide poor quality disks, and in a set, it may be months before the defective disk is discovered. There is no such problem with this set. Put each disk in and it plays -- every single time. This is actually a 4 disk set.<br><br>I bought Dark Shadows no. 2 because it was a nostalgia item that I wanted. I was not disappointed in the least. I had already purchased set #1 at Half Price Books and enjoyed it. Had I not seen the product in a used bookstore, I would not have known it existed, nor be aware of the quality of the product.<br><br>The picture image is not perfect, because the video is very old, but it is viewable, and all details of the sets are plainly visible. These were some very detailed sound stage sets, so there is no compromise in your viewing pleasure.<br><br>Just a caveat to potential buyers. The set number one begins with the appearance of Barnabas Collins, the most popular character. This set (#2) continues his adventures from set one. For sticklers who want the whole show, the performances previous to Barnabas' appearance are identified in their sets as "Dark Shadows -- The Beginning."Read full review
- jamel4923Mar 1, 2010by
Dark Shadows - collection 2
the first Collection was great, the second collection is crazy, i'm going to be watching this for a long time....
- 19783740@delete...Feb 2, 2009by
Dark Shadows - Collection 2 (2002, DVD)
I purchased this as an xmas gift for my 11 year old niece who is obsessed with the series. I myself was entertained. These original black and white collections are way better than what they used to show on the sci-fi channel.<br>A must see if you like tasteful horror. Very good picture and sound quality. The packaging is neat too!
- finster429Feb 13, 2008by
Maggie in jeopardy
Wonderful dark, gothic, vampire, occult series from the 1960's. We finally and gladly see the end of Jason McGuire. Burke Devlin courts Victoria Winters. Barnabas abducts Maggie Evans, who manages to escape, sanity no longer intact. Hard to watch poor Maggie subjected to Barnabas' emotional abuse. The ghost of Sara appears. Dr. Julia Hoffman is introduced as Maggie's psychiatrist, leading her eventually to Barnabas' secret.