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  • Ciarán Hinds as Monsieur Richard Firmin wearing a gold horned headdress in the 2004 film "The Phantom of the Opera."
    • Warner Bros.

    The Phantom of the Opera

    2004

    Costume seen on Ciarán Hinds as Monsieur Richard Firmin

  • An uncredited actor wearing a gold horned headdress in the episode "Countdown to the Revolution" of the 2011 mini-series "Versailles."

    Versailles: Countdown to Revolution

    2011

    Costume seen on an uncredited actor

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This fantastic horned headdress has only been sighted twice. The first time it was seen was during the 2004 production of The Phantom of the Opera, where it was worn by Ciarán Hinds as Monsieur Richard Firmin. The second appearance was on an uncredited actor in the episode Countdown to Revolution of the 2011 mini-series Versailles.

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About the Costume

This fantastic horned headdress has only been sighted twice. The first time it was seen was during the 2004 production of The Phantom of the Opera, where it was worn by Ciarán Hinds as Monsieur Richard Firmin. The second appearance was on an uncredited actor in the episode Countdown to Revolution of the 2011 mini-series Versailles.

This fantastic horned headdress has only been sighted twice. The first time it was seen was during the 2004 production of The Phantom of the Opera, where it was worn by Ciarán Hinds as Monsieur Richard Firmin. The second appearance was on an uncredited actor in the episode Countdown to Revolution of the 2011 mini-series Versailles.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Suzanne
Photos provided by:
  • Suzanne
  • scastillo
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Alexandra Byrne

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