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  • Extras as the Hot Box Girls wearing black lace costumes in the 1955 film "Guys and Dolls."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Guys and Dolls

    1955

    Costume seen on extras as The Hot Box Girls

  • Ellen Weston as Dr. Steele wearing a black lace costume in the episode "Classification: Dead" of the 1967 series "Get Smart."
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
    • Talent Associates

    Get Smart: Classification: Dead

    1967

    Costume seen on Ellen Weston as Dr. Steele

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About the Costume

This set of showgirl costumes was first seen in the 1955 film Guys and Dolls, where they were worn by several extras as “Hot Box Girls” during the production number Take Back Your Mink. One of the costumes appears again in a 1967 episode of the television show Get Smart entitled Classification: Dead when it was worn by Ellen Weston as CONTROL agent Dr. Steele. 

 

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About the Costume

This set of showgirl costumes was first seen in the 1955 film Guys and Dolls, where they were worn by several extras as “Hot Box Girls” during the production number Take Back Your Mink. One of the costumes appears again in a 1967 episode of the television show Get Smart entitled Classification: Dead when it was worn by Ellen Weston as CONTROL agent Dr. Steele. 

 

This set of showgirl costumes was first seen in the 1955 film Guys and Dolls, where they were worn by several extras as “Hot Box Girls” during the production number Take Back Your Mink. One of the costumes appears again in a 1967 episode of the television show Get Smart entitled Classification: Dead when it was worn by Ellen Weston as CONTROL agent Dr. Steele. 

 

Credits

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Costume Designer:
  • Irene Sharaff

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