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  • Benedick Blythe as Phoebus wearing a doublet in the 1997 film "The Hunchback of Notre Dame."
    • Adelson-Baumgarten Productions
    • Alliance Communications Corporation

    The Hunchback of Notre Dame

    1997

    Costume seen on Benedick Blythe as Phoebus

    • Granada Television

    Henry VIII

    2003

    Costume seen on Mark Strong as the Duke of Norfolk

  • Hans Matheson as Robert Devereux, the Earl of Essex wearing a doublet in the 2005 mini-series "The Virgin Queen."
    • BBC

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Hans Matheson as Robert Devereux, the Second Earl of Essex

  • Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon wearing a doublet in the episode "The Northern Uprising" of the 2009 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors: The Northern Uprising

    2009

    Costume seen on Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon

  • Timothy Omundson as King Richard wearing a doublet in the 2016 series "Galavant."
    • ABC Signature

    Galavant

    2016

    Costume seen on Timothy Omundson as King Richard

  • Jedidiah Goodacre as Beckett Rush wearing a doublet in the 2021 "Finding You."
    • Red Sky Studios

    Finding You

    2021

    Costume seen on Jedidiah Goodacre as Beckett Rush

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About the Costume

This doublet is a great example of how high definition television has greatly impacted the details of what we see.  Makeup artists, set designers and costume designers all have to be even more focused on the small details than before, because everything will be seen in detail.

This costume was first worn by Benedick Blythe as Phoebus in the 1997 made for television production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. It’s a well made and good looking costume – but the fine details are not nearly as apparent as they are in later productions. In 2003, it was used on Mark Strong as the Duke of Norfolk in Henry VIII. In 2005 it was seen again on Hans Matheson as Robert Devereux, the Second Earl of Essex in The Virgin Queen, and in 2009 it appeared in the third season of The Tudors on Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon. In 2016 it was worn by Timothy Omundson as King Richard in Galavant.  It was seen most recently in 2021 on Jedidiah Goodacre as Beckett Rush in Finding You.

 

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About the Costume

This doublet is a great example of how high definition television has greatly impacted the details of what we see.  Makeup artists, set designers and costume designers all have to be even more focused on the small details than before, because everything will be seen in detail.

This costume was first worn by Benedick Blythe as Phoebus in the 1997 made for television production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. It’s a well made and good looking costume – but the fine details are not nearly as apparent as they are in later productions. In 2003, it was used on Mark Strong as the Duke of Norfolk in Henry VIII. In 2005 it was seen again on Hans Matheson as Robert Devereux, the Second Earl of Essex in The Virgin Queen, and in 2009 it appeared in the third season of The Tudors on Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon. In 2016 it was worn by Timothy Omundson as King Richard in Galavant.  It was seen most recently in 2021 on Jedidiah Goodacre as Beckett Rush in Finding You.

 

This doublet is a great example of how high definition television has greatly impacted the details of what we see.  Makeup artists, set designers and costume designers all have to be even more focused on the small details than before, because everything will be seen in detail.

This costume was first worn by Benedick Blythe as Phoebus in the 1997 made for television production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. It’s a well made and good looking costume – but the fine details are not nearly as apparent as they are in later productions. In 2003, it was used on Mark Strong as the Duke of Norfolk in Henry VIII. In 2005 it was seen again on Hans Matheson as Robert Devereux, the Second Earl of Essex in The Virgin Queen, and in 2009 it appeared in the third season of The Tudors on Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon. In 2016 it was worn by Timothy Omundson as King Richard in Galavant.  It was seen most recently in 2021 on Jedidiah Goodacre as Beckett Rush in Finding You.

 

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