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  • Francis de Wolff as Agrippa wearing Roman leather armor in the 1964 film "Carry On Cleo."
    • Peter Rogers Productions
    • Anglo-Amalgamated Film Distributors

    Carry on Cleo

    1964

    Costume seen on Francis de Wolff as Agrippa

  • Francis de Wolff as Agamemnon wearing Roman leather armor in the episode "The Myth Makers" of the 1965 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC

    Doctor Who: The Myth Makers

    1965

    Costume seen on Francis de Wolff as Agamemnon

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This Roman leather armor is interesting because it was reused in two different productions on the same actor. The first time the costume was utilized was in the 1964 British comedy Carry on Cleo, worn by Francis de Wolff in the role of Agrippa. Wolff wore the piece again in a 1965 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Myth Makers, where he played Agamemnon.

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About the Costume

This Roman leather armor is interesting because it was reused in two different productions on the same actor. The first time the costume was utilized was in the 1964 British comedy Carry on Cleo, worn by Francis de Wolff in the role of Agrippa. Wolff wore the piece again in a 1965 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Myth Makers, where he played Agamemnon.

This Roman leather armor is interesting because it was reused in two different productions on the same actor. The first time the costume was utilized was in the 1964 British comedy Carry on Cleo, worn by Francis de Wolff in the role of Agrippa. Wolff wore the piece again in a 1965 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Myth Makers, where he played Agamemnon.

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Costume Designer:
  • Julie Harris

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