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  • Julia Chambers as Ada Waverly wearing a brown dress with yellow, green, and orange polka dots in the episode "The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly" of the 1989 series "Poirot."
    • ITV

    Poirot: The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly

    1989

    Costume seen on Julia Chambers as Ada Waverly

  • Caroline Milmoe as Mary Currant wearing a brown dress with yellow, green, and orange polka dots in the episode "Double Sin" of the 1990 series "Poirot."
    • ITV

    Poirot: Double Sin

    1990

    Costume seen on Caroline Milmoe as Mary Durrant

  • An extra wearing a brown dress with yellow, green, and orange polka dots in the episode "The Plymouth Express" of the 1991 series "Poirot."
    • ITV

    Poirot: The Plymouth Express

    1991

    Costume seen on an extra

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This polka-dotted dress has been used in three different episodes of Poirot. The first was The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly in 1989, where Julia Chambers wore it as Ada Waverly. In 1990 it was seen in Double Sin on Caroline Milmoe as Mary Durrant. The following year in The Plymouth Express, it was spotted briefly being worn by an extra.

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About the Costume

This polka-dotted dress has been used in three different episodes of Poirot. The first was The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly in 1989, where Julia Chambers wore it as Ada Waverly. In 1990 it was seen in Double Sin on Caroline Milmoe as Mary Durrant. The following year in The Plymouth Express, it was spotted briefly being worn by an extra.

This polka-dotted dress has been used in three different episodes of Poirot. The first was The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly in 1989, where Julia Chambers wore it as Ada Waverly. In 1990 it was seen in Double Sin on Caroline Milmoe as Mary Durrant. The following year in The Plymouth Express, it was spotted briefly being worn by an extra.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Miss W.
Photos provided by:
  • Miss W.
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Elizabeth Waller

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