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  • Marsha Hunt as Martha Sharon wearing a suit and matching hat in the 1939 film "Long Shot."
    • Reel Media International
    • Franklyn Warner Productions

    Long Shot

    1939

    Costume seen on Marsha Hunt as Martha Sharon

  • Marsha Hunt as Barbara Burnette wearing a suit and matching hat in the 1939 film "Star Reporter."
    • Crescent Pictures Corporation
    • Pathé Pictures Ltd.

    Star Reporter

    1939

    Costume seen on Marsha Hunt as Barbara Burnette

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In smaller films, actors were often asked to provide their own costumes. This is likely the case for this lovely suit and matching hat, which are believed to be a blue suede, but only appears in black and white. It was probably the personal property of Marsha Hunt, who wore the piece in the role of Martha Sharon in the 1939 film Long Shot. She wore it again that same year in Star Reporter in the part of Barbara Burnette.

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About the Costume

In smaller films, actors were often asked to provide their own costumes. This is likely the case for this lovely suit and matching hat, which are believed to be a blue suede, but only appears in black and white. It was probably the personal property of Marsha Hunt, who wore the piece in the role of Martha Sharon in the 1939 film Long Shot. She wore it again that same year in Star Reporter in the part of Barbara Burnette.

In smaller films, actors were often asked to provide their own costumes. This is likely the case for this lovely suit and matching hat, which are believed to be a blue suede, but only appears in black and white. It was probably the personal property of Marsha Hunt, who wore the piece in the role of Martha Sharon in the 1939 film Long Shot. She wore it again that same year in Star Reporter in the part of Barbara Burnette.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Elisabeth
Photos provided by:
  • Elisabeth
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Personal property of Marsha Hunt

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