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  • Chris Barrie as Arnold Rimmer wearing Roman leather armor accented with gold in the episode "Rimmerworld" of the 1993 series "Red Dwarf."
    • BBC

    Red Dwarf: Rimmerworld

    1993

    Costume seen on Chris Barrie as Arnold Rimmer

  • Richard Webb as Caesar wearing Roman leather armor accented with gold in the sketch "Third Person Caesar" of the 2010. series "That Mitchell and Webb Look."
    • BBC

    That Mitchell and Webb Look: Third Person Caesar

    2010

    Costume seen on Richard Webb as Caesar

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This Roman leather armor accented with gold was first seen on Chris Barrie in the role of Arnold Rimmer in a 1993 episode of the comedic science fiction television series Red Dwarf titled Rimmerworld. Over a decade later the costume reappeared in a 2010 sketch of the British comedy series That Mitchell and Webb Look entitled Third Person Caesar, where actor Richard Webb wore it as Caesar.

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This Roman leather armor accented with gold was first seen on Chris Barrie in the role of Arnold Rimmer in a 1993 episode of the comedic science fiction television series Red Dwarf titled Rimmerworld. Over a decade later the costume reappeared in a 2010 sketch of the British comedy series That Mitchell and Webb Look entitled Third Person Caesar, where actor Richard Webb wore it as Caesar.

This Roman leather armor accented with gold was first seen on Chris Barrie in the role of Arnold Rimmer in a 1993 episode of the comedic science fiction television series Red Dwarf titled Rimmerworld. Over a decade later the costume reappeared in a 2010 sketch of the British comedy series That Mitchell and Webb Look entitled Third Person Caesar, where actor Richard Webb wore it as Caesar.

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  • Howard Burden
  • Gill Shaw

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