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  • Helen Ryan as Olive Bradford wearing a white and black dress in the episode "Blossom Time" of the 1977 series "The Duchess of Duke Street."
    • BBC

    The Duchess of Duke Street: Blossom Time

    1977

    Costume seen on Helen Ryan as Olive Bradford

  • Jennifer Kendal as Mrs. Saunders wearing a white and black dress in the 1983 film "Heat and Dust."
    • Merchant Ivory Productions

    Heat and Dust

    1983

    Costume seen on Jennifer Kendal as Mrs. Saunders

  • Toria Fuller as Jane Finn wearing a white and black dress in the episode "The Secret Adversary" of the 1983 mini-series "Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime."
    • ITV

    Agatha Christie's Partners In Crime: The Tommy and Tuppence Mysteries: The Secret Adversary

    1983

    Costume seen on Toria Fuller as Jane Finn

  • Rachel Gurney as Grand Duchess Victoria wearing a white and black dress in the 1986 film "Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna."
    • BBC
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna

    1986

    Costume seen on Rachel Gurney as Grand Duchess Victoria

  • Rachel Gurney as Mrs. Agnes Foster Jones wearing a white and black dress in the 1986 mini-series "Lost Empires."
    • Granada Television

    Lost Empires

    1986

    Costume seen on Rachel Gurney as Mrs. Agnes Foster Jones

  • An extra wearing a white and black dress in the 1991 series "The House of Eliott."
    • BBC

    The House of Eliott

    1991

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Susannah Doyle as Maggie Lemass wearing a white and black dress in the episode "Ireland, April 1916" of the 1993 series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles."
    • Paramount Television

    The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Ireland, April 1916

    1993

    Costume seen on Susannah Doyle as Maggie Lemass

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About the Costume

The lovely dress was first seen in the BBC series The Duchess of Duke Street, where Helen Ryan wore it as Olive Bradford in the 1977 episode Blossom Time. The costume was worn twice in 1983 – first by Jennifer Kendal as Mrs. Saunders in Heat and Dust and then by Toria Fuller as Jane Finn in Agatha Christie’s Partners In Crime: The Tommy and Tuppence Mysteries episode The Secret Adversary. The costume was also worn twice in 1986, this time by the same person! Rachel Gurney wore it as Grand Duchess Victoria in Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna and as Mrs. Agnes Foster Jones in Lost Empires. In 1991 it was worn in The House of Eliott by an extra, and in 1993 it was worn by Susannah Doyle as Maggie Lemass in The episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles entitled Ireland, April 1916.

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About the Costume

The lovely dress was first seen in the BBC series The Duchess of Duke Street, where Helen Ryan wore it as Olive Bradford in the 1977 episode Blossom Time. The costume was worn twice in 1983 – first by Jennifer Kendal as Mrs. Saunders in Heat and Dust and then by Toria Fuller as Jane Finn in Agatha Christie’s Partners In Crime: The Tommy and Tuppence Mysteries episode The Secret Adversary. The costume was also worn twice in 1986, this time by the same person! Rachel Gurney wore it as Grand Duchess Victoria in Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna and as Mrs. Agnes Foster Jones in Lost Empires. In 1991 it was worn in The House of Eliott by an extra, and in 1993 it was worn by Susannah Doyle as Maggie Lemass in The episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles entitled Ireland, April 1916.

The lovely dress was first seen in the BBC series The Duchess of Duke Street, where Helen Ryan wore it as Olive Bradford in the 1977 episode Blossom Time. The costume was worn twice in 1983 – first by Jennifer Kendal as Mrs. Saunders in Heat and Dust and then by Toria Fuller as Jane Finn in Agatha Christie’s Partners In Crime: The Tommy and Tuppence Mysteries episode The Secret Adversary. The costume was also worn twice in 1986, this time by the same person! Rachel Gurney wore it as Grand Duchess Victoria in Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna and as Mrs. Agnes Foster Jones in Lost Empires. In 1991 it was worn in The House of Eliott by an extra, and in 1993 it was worn by Susannah Doyle as Maggie Lemass in The episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles entitled Ireland, April 1916.

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  • Julia Spicer
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  • Betty Aldiss

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