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    • ABC Weekend Television
    • ITV

    The Avengers: Dead Mans Treasure

    1967

    Costume seen on Diana Rigg as Emma Peel

    • ABC Weekend Television
    • ITV

    The Avengers:The Forget-Me-Knot

    1968

    Costume seen on Linda Thorson as Tara King

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About the Costume

The character Emma Peel, played by Diana Rigg, was the first to appear in this blue and green scarf for the 1967 episode of The Avengers titled Dead Man’s Treasure. The Avengers would reuse the scarf in the 1968 episode The Forget-Me-Knot, where it was worn around the beck of Linda Thorson as Tara King.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

The character Emma Peel, played by Diana Rigg, was the first to appear in this blue and green scarf for the 1967 episode of The Avengers titled Dead Man’s Treasure. The Avengers would reuse the scarf in the 1968 episode The Forget-Me-Knot, where it was worn around the beck of Linda Thorson as Tara King.

The character Emma Peel, played by Diana Rigg, was the first to appear in this blue and green scarf for the 1967 episode of The Avengers titled Dead Man’s Treasure. The Avengers would reuse the scarf in the 1968 episode The Forget-Me-Knot, where it was worn around the beck of Linda Thorson as Tara King.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • David
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Costume Designer:
  • Jackie Jackson

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