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  • Cybill Shepherd as Maddie Hayes wearing a white beaded dress with purple and blue decorations in the episode "Money Talks, Maddie Walks" of the 1985 series "Moonlighting."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    Moonlighting: Money Talks, Maddie Walks

    1985

    Costume seen on Cybill Shepherd as Maddie Hayes

  • Eleanor Parker as Maggie Tarrow wearing a white beaded dress with purple and blue decorations in the episode "Stage Struck" of the 1986 series "Murder, She Wrote."
    • Universal Television

    Murder, She Wrote: Stage Struck

    1986

    Costume seen on Eleanor Parker as Maggie Tarrow

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This beaded gown is a great example of how lighting can drastically change the color of a costume on screen. The dress was first seen in a 1985 episode of Moonlighting entitled Money Talks, Maddie Walks, where Cybill Shepherd wore it as Maddie Hayes. The gown was seen the following year on Eleanor Parker as Maggie Tarrow in the episode of Murder, She Wrote titled Stage Struck. The coloring of the dress appears much darker in Murder She Wrote, especially the purple.

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About the Costume

This beaded gown is a great example of how lighting can drastically change the color of a costume on screen. The dress was first seen in a 1985 episode of Moonlighting entitled Money Talks, Maddie Walks, where Cybill Shepherd wore it as Maddie Hayes. The gown was seen the following year on Eleanor Parker as Maggie Tarrow in the episode of Murder, She Wrote titled Stage Struck. The coloring of the dress appears much darker in Murder She Wrote, especially the purple.

This beaded gown is a great example of how lighting can drastically change the color of a costume on screen. The dress was first seen in a 1985 episode of Moonlighting entitled Money Talks, Maddie Walks, where Cybill Shepherd wore it as Maddie Hayes. The gown was seen the following year on Eleanor Parker as Maggie Tarrow in the episode of Murder, She Wrote titled Stage Struck. The coloring of the dress appears much darker in Murder She Wrote, especially the purple.

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  • Robert Turturice

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