Kathryn Leigh Scott Interview (2011)



This interview is from October of 2011, but it is absolutely wonderful and I am in love with it. I needed something to take me back to the way the world once was. To me it’s a precious healing moment stretched to an half hour. (27 minutes to be precise.)

Kathryn Leigh Scott talks over the phone with a gentleman from WKAC in Athens Alabama. I keep listening and thinking about the time this aired when we were much less polarized.

Wonderful story of how Kathryn Leigh Scott left the Playboy Bunny job, too funny. Her “Dark Passages” book was just released and there is even fun enthusiasm for the “upcoming” movie, “Dark Shadows” 2012, a movie I still love! (I am not caught in the hate-machine for it.)

There’s a pleasant explanation of why some mistakes came about on Dark Shadows, very human details. Great enthusiasm for so much to enjoy and the work that goes into it.

Perhaps listeners to this now will allow it to help them remember how to enjoy life the way we did not that long ago. Thank you, WKAC, the interviewer, Kathryn Leigh Scott, and the up-loader. ^_^

I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.

Love & healing,


4 thoughts on “Kathryn Leigh Scott Interview (2011)

  1. Hey Daryl! I really enjoyed this interview from KLS. I found it funny how the interviewer mentioned how Grayson Hall would look “lost,” but it was her adjusting to her contact lenses. I was like, “Oh my goodness!” lol

    • morlock13 says:

      Yes! There are so many good things said, and I do recall in the history of contact lenses how scary the old ones were! Poor Grayson! (But I guess she toughed those out.)

      What I love is the casualness and his retelling someone else saying, “That whole show was a blooper!” Then KLS happily admitting to that and why it came to be that way. So laid back. (((sigh))) The days it was all so much fun. Would love to have those back. ❤

  2. Mayloni Minchew says:

    I enjoyed your March 2020 retrospective. The thing that stands out the most is what you said about Roger. That he’s some sort of comic relief and “let’s bring in Roger” to help the situation …but he’s still a putz. And I’m going to take into account your observation and watching with different eyes from now on.

    • morlock13 says:

      Oh groovy! Thank you for the fun thoughts! Yes, in The First Year of Dark Shadows, Roger is fairly villainous and unlikable, but his sarcasm seemed to hold up while they slowly redeemed him as the bonus guy hanging around. (I wager Louis Edmonds’ charm had a hand in that.) We tended to get impatient with the stress-factor in the show, but when Roger walked in we thought, “Oh, good! Hopefully he’ll make an ironic observation to what’s happening and we can chuckle.” 🙂

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