BLOOD FOR DRACULA (1974) aka ANDY WARHOL’S DRACULA
Untold R-Rated Tales From Dark Shadows
Cousin Udo from Germany arrives in Collinsport. Soon young men who hang out at the Blue Whale disappear or are found drained of blood. Joe Haskell becomes ill, weak from loss of blood. Maggie Evans, his girlfriend, vows to discover what is the cause of Joe’s malady!
Pax, sax, sarax; hola, noa, nostra! - ka-bala, the 1967 talking board game from the Transogram Company.
Looks like the kinda thing Parallel time Stokes would have.
Looks like the kind of thing 1795 Countess Natalie would have!
Julia Child and television crew on the set of her cooking show, The French Chef, Photo by Paul Child, 1963 (via Vintage Photo LJ)
Untold Tales of Dark Shadows
Unknown to the Collins family, Mrs. Johnson organized a soup kitchen for Collinsport’s poor.
The only rule was that if Roger came into the kitchen they all had to duck under the counters.
Apparently some more cousins from England have arrived at Collinwood for a visit.
Sounds like the train between Boston and Collinsport.
While researching my earlier post about Joel Crothers, I notice he made his Broadway debut in “The Incredible Mr. Pennypacker” in 1954. The show starred Burgess Meredith (later TV Batman’s the Penguin).
According to Wikipedia, Joel was born in 1941 which would have made him 13 years old in 1954. If you don’t recognize him, he is the tall boy on the far left in the photo above.