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    • BBC

    The Duchess of Duke Street

    1977

    Costume seen on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter

    • BBC

    Testament of Youth

    1979

    Costume seen on Cheryl Campbell as Vera Brittain

    • BBC

    To Serve Them All My Days

    1980

    Costume seen on Kim Braden as Julia Darbyshire

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About the Costume

Gemma Jones first wore this dress as Louisa Trotter in the 1977 season of The Duchess of Duke Street. In 1979 it was recycled for Testament of Youth, where Cheryl Campbell wore it as Vera Brittain. Finally, in 1980 Kim Braden wore it as Julia Darbyshire in To Serve Them All My Days. 

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Gemma Jones first wore this dress as Louisa Trotter in the 1977 season of The Duchess of Duke Street. In 1979 it was recycled for Testament of Youth, where Cheryl Campbell wore it as Vera Brittain. Finally, in 1980 Kim Braden wore it as Julia Darbyshire in To Serve Them All My Days. 

Gemma Jones first wore this dress as Louisa Trotter in the 1977 season of The Duchess of Duke Street. In 1979 it was recycled for Testament of Youth, where Cheryl Campbell wore it as Vera Brittain. Finally, in 1980 Kim Braden wore it as Julia Darbyshire in To Serve Them All My Days. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Betty Aldiss

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