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    • ITV

    Poirot: The Affair at the Victory Ball

    1991

    Costume seen on Nathaniel Parker as Chris Davidson

    • BBC

    The House of Eliott

    1994

    Costume seen on Richard Lintern as Daniel Page

    • ITV
    • Tyne Tees Television

    The Wingless Bird

    1997

    Costume seen on Edward Atterton as Charles Farrier

    • ITV

    The Grand

    1998

    Costume seen on Ifan Meredith as Stephen Bannerman

    • BBC

    Love in a Cold Climate

    2001

    Costume seen on Anthony Andrews as Boy Dougdale

    • BBC
    • HBO

    The Gathering Storm

    2002

    Costume seen on Tom Hiddleston as Randolph Churchill

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About the Costume

It’s generally more common to find recycled costumes for women, as their garments tend to be more distinctive and detailed. However, this instance of a recycled costume is a great exception – especially considering that it has been seen six times over the years!

This paisley dressing gown was first seen in 1991 on Nathaniel Parker as Chris Davidson in an episode of Poirot entitled At the Victory Ball. It was used again in 1994 in The House of Eliott on Richard Lintern as Daniel Page. In 1997 it was seen in The Wingless Bird worn by Edward Atterton as Charles Farrier, and then again that same year in The Grand worn by Ifan Meredith as Stephen Bannerman. In 2001 it was spotted being worn by Anthony Andrews as Boy Dougdale in Love in a Cold Climate. Finally, it was seen in 2002 worn by Tom Hiddleston as Randolph Churchill in The Gathering Storm.

About the Costume

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Have you ever watched a film and noticed a character walk by in a gown that you just know you’ve seen before? Recycled Movie Costumes is dedicated to documenting the life of a costume through its various appearances on film and television.

Additional Images

About the Costume

It’s generally more common to find recycled costumes for women, as their garments tend to be more distinctive and detailed. However, this instance of a recycled costume is a great exception – especially considering that it has been seen six times over the years!

This paisley dressing gown was first seen in 1991 on Nathaniel Parker as Chris Davidson in an episode of Poirot entitled At the Victory Ball. It was used again in 1994 in The House of Eliott on Richard Lintern as Daniel Page. In 1997 it was seen in The Wingless Bird worn by Edward Atterton as Charles Farrier, and then again that same year in The Grand worn by Ifan Meredith as Stephen Bannerman. In 2001 it was spotted being worn by Anthony Andrews as Boy Dougdale in Love in a Cold Climate. Finally, it was seen in 2002 worn by Tom Hiddleston as Randolph Churchill in The Gathering Storm.

It’s generally more common to find recycled costumes for women, as their garments tend to be more distinctive and detailed. However, this instance of a recycled costume is a great exception – especially considering that it has been seen six times over the years!

This paisley dressing gown was first seen in 1991 on Nathaniel Parker as Chris Davidson in an episode of Poirot entitled At the Victory Ball. It was used again in 1994 in The House of Eliott on Richard Lintern as Daniel Page. In 1997 it was seen in The Wingless Bird worn by Edward Atterton as Charles Farrier, and then again that same year in The Grand worn by Ifan Meredith as Stephen Bannerman. In 2001 it was spotted being worn by Anthony Andrews as Boy Dougdale in Love in a Cold Climate. Finally, it was seen in 2002 worn by Tom Hiddleston as Randolph Churchill in The Gathering Storm.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Costume Designer:
  • Elizabeth Waller

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