How much did it cost to make Dark Shadows?
150 million USD
His 2012 movie Dark Shadows earned $245 million at the global box office on a $150 million budget, which is likely a better performance than most people would expect for the widely-panned movie.
Why did they cancel Dark Shadows?
“Dark Shadows would have ended after the first week without Dan’s story input, one learned much more from him than any of the books he brought us to read. Without Dan Curtis at the helm the show ended up somewhat directionless and this may have been a strong contributing factor towards its cancellation.
What is the lottery on Dark Shadows?
Every generation a Collins family member is chosen by lottery to spend a night in the locked room; everyone who has ever entered has died or ended up mad like Justin Collins.
Who was Brutus Collins on Dark Shadows?
|Portrayed by||Louis Edmonds|
Is the movie Dark Shadows based on a TV show?
For the 2012 film based on the soap opera, see Dark Shadows (film). For the 1990s remake soap opera, see Dark Shadows (1991 TV series). For other uses, see Dark Shadows (disambiguation). Dark Shadows is an American Gothic soap opera that originally aired weekdays on the ABC television network, from June 27, 1966, to April 2, 1971.
What was the audience for Dark Shadows in 1966?
The audience figures only improved slightly, to 4.3, in 1966-67. 1966 was a volatile year for soaps, and many ended their runs between the premiere date of Dark Shadows in June and the month of December. By that time, six months had passed, and for Dark Shadows, the news was not good; the soap had failed to gain major traction.
When did the first Dark Shadows episode air?
Dark Shadows is an American gothic soap opera that originally aired weekdays on the ABC television network, from June 27, 1966, to April 2, 1971.
Are there any lost episodes of Dark Shadows?
Dark Shadows has the distinction of being one of the few classic television soap operas to have all of its episodes survive intact except one, although a handful of early episodes are available only in 16 mm kinescope format. For the one lost episode (#1219), only a home audio recording exists.