From 1966-1971, the spooky ABC-TV suspense series DARK SHADOWS thrilled an audience of 20 million viewers with a unique blend of Gothic romance and supernatural horror. DARK SHADOWS became a pop culture phenomenon with the vulnerable vampire Barnabas Collins, a role made famous by Jonathan Frid and, later, by Johnny Depp in the motion picture remake. This special 50th anniversary collection offers 38 complete TV episodes that are among the most popular in the history of DARK SHADOWS, serving as an ideal introduction to new fans as well as an enticing overview for longtime devotees. Additionally, movie-length presentations of two of DARK SHADOWS? most popular stories are included. The Vampire Curse details how Angelique the witch caused Barnabas to become a creature of the night. The Haunting of Collinwood reveals how the children of Collinwood become possessed by the ghost of Quentin Collins.