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    • Paramount Television
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    The Winds of War

    1983

    Costume seen on Lisa Eilbacher as Madeline Henry

    • Buena Vista Pictures
    • Touchstone Pictures

    Pearl Harbor

    2001

    Costume seen on Jaime King as Betty Bayer

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About the Costume

This red and white printed dress, first worn in 1983 in The Winds of War by Lisa Eilbacher as Madeline Henry, was used again in 2001 by Jaime King as Betty Bayer in Pearl Harbor.

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About the Costume

This red and white printed dress, first worn in 1983 in The Winds of War by Lisa Eilbacher as Madeline Henry, was used again in 2001 by Jaime King as Betty Bayer in Pearl Harbor.

This red and white printed dress, first worn in 1983 in The Winds of War by Lisa Eilbacher as Madeline Henry, was used again in 2001 by Jaime King as Betty Bayer in Pearl Harbor.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Olivia Kathryn
Photos provided by:
  • Olivia Kathryn
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Thomas Welsh

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