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  • An extra wearing a gold headpiece adorned with green and orange stones and pearls in the "Medieval Banquet" sketch of the 2007 series "The Armstrong and Miller Show."
    • BBC

    The Armstrong and Miller Show

    2007

    Costume seen on an extra in the "Medieval Banquet" sketch

  • An extra wearing a gold headpiece adorned with green and orange stones and pearls in the 2011 film "Your Highness."
    • Universal Pictures

    Your Highness

    2011

    Costume seen on an extra

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This distinctive headpiece has been worn by extras in two different productions. The first sighting was in the 2007 The Armstrong and Miller Show, in the “Medieval Banquet” sketch. It was later seen in the 2011 film Your Highness. 

 

 

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About the Costume

This distinctive headpiece has been worn by extras in two different productions. The first sighting was in the 2007 The Armstrong and Miller Show, in the “Medieval Banquet” sketch. It was later seen in the 2011 film Your Highness. 

 

 

This distinctive headpiece has been worn by extras in two different productions. The first sighting was in the 2007 The Armstrong and Miller Show, in the “Medieval Banquet” sketch. It was later seen in the 2011 film Your Highness. 

 

 

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  • Fiona Chilcott

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  1. How you are actually recycling these medieval costumes because recycling means are making some modifications in the actual dresses or you are making from scratch.

    • These dresses are made from scratch for one production, and then they usually go on to be used in other productions. Sometimes they are used unchanged, while other times they are altered and adjusted to fit someone else. It really just depends on who is wearing it and what the production in question needs.

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Costume Commentary

  1. How you are actually recycling these medieval costumes because recycling means are making some modifications in the actual dresses or you are making from scratch.

    • These dresses are made from scratch for one production, and then they usually go on to be used in other productions. Sometimes they are used unchanged, while other times they are altered and adjusted to fit someone else. It really just depends on who is wearing it and what the production in question needs.

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  1. How you are actually recycling these medieval costumes because recycling means are making some modifications in the actual dresses or you are making from scratch.

    • These dresses are made from scratch for one production, and then they usually go on to be used in other productions. Sometimes they are used unchanged, while other times they are altered and adjusted to fit someone else. It really just depends on who is wearing it and what the production in question needs.

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