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    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Bride Goes Wild

    1948

    Costume seen on June Allyson as Martha Terryton

    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Skirts Ahoy

    1952

    Costume seen on Joan Evans as Mary Kate Yarbrough

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About the Costume

This lovely wedding gown was first seen in the 1948 MGM film The Bride Goes Wild, where June Allyson wore it as Martha Terryton. The costume was used again in 1952 by Joan Evans as Mary Kate Yarbrough in the Esther Williams film Skirts Ahoy. Costume designer Helen Rose oversaw both films. 

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About the Costume

This lovely wedding gown was first seen in the 1948 MGM film The Bride Goes Wild, where June Allyson wore it as Martha Terryton. The costume was used again in 1952 by Joan Evans as Mary Kate Yarbrough in the Esther Williams film Skirts Ahoy. Costume designer Helen Rose oversaw both films. 

This lovely wedding gown was first seen in the 1948 MGM film The Bride Goes Wild, where June Allyson wore it as Martha Terryton. The costume was used again in 1952 by Joan Evans as Mary Kate Yarbrough in the Esther Williams film Skirts Ahoy. Costume designer Helen Rose oversaw both films. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • The Blonde at the Film
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Costume Designer:
  • Helen Rose

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