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  • Annabel Brooks as Lady Neville wearing a green and orange cap in the 1994 film "Princess Caraboo."
    • Sony Pictures Video
    • TriStar Pictures

    Princess Caraboo

    1994

    Costume seen on Annabel Brooks as Lady Neville

  • An extra wearing a green and orange cap in the 1998 film "Ever After."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Jacqueline Tong as Mrs. Crummles wearing a green and orange cap in the 2001 film "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby."
    • Company Television

    The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

    2001

    Costume seen on Jacqueline Tong as Mrs. Crummles

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This vivid cap was worn in the 1994 Princess Caraboo, where it can be seen on actress Annabel Brooks as Lady Neville. An extra wore it four years later in 1998’s Ever After, and 2001’s The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby saw Jacqueline Tong as Mrs. Crummles wear the piece.

 

 

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About the Costume

This vivid cap was worn in the 1994 Princess Caraboo, where it can be seen on actress Annabel Brooks as Lady Neville. An extra wore it four years later in 1998’s Ever After, and 2001’s The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby saw Jacqueline Tong as Mrs. Crummles wear the piece.

 

 

This vivid cap was worn in the 1994 Princess Caraboo, where it can be seen on actress Annabel Brooks as Lady Neville. An extra wore it four years later in 1998’s Ever After, and 2001’s The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby saw Jacqueline Tong as Mrs. Crummles wear the piece.

 

 

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Costume Designer:
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      •  Thank you, James! I really like that dress (designed by Joan Ellacott); I’ve spotted it in several other projects: The Count of Monte Cristo, Vanity Fair, and Princess Caraboo. I think it’s really interesting how Ellacott and Tom Rand used each other’s designs in their projects.

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      •  Thank you, James! I really like that dress (designed by Joan Ellacott); I’ve spotted it in several other projects: The Count of Monte Cristo, Vanity Fair, and Princess Caraboo. I think it’s really interesting how Ellacott and Tom Rand used each other’s designs in their projects.

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      •  Thank you, James! I really like that dress (designed by Joan Ellacott); I’ve spotted it in several other projects: The Count of Monte Cristo, Vanity Fair, and Princess Caraboo. I think it’s really interesting how Ellacott and Tom Rand used each other’s designs in their projects.

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