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  • Anne Shirley as Ann Grayle wearing a gown with a sequined collar in the 1944 film "Murder, My Sweet."
    • RKO Radio Pictures

    Murder, My Sweet

    1944

    Costume seen on Anne Shirley as Ann Grayle

  • Paula Corday as Mona Clyde wearing a gown with a sequined collar in the 1946 film "Dick Tracy vs. Cueball."
    • RKO Radio Pictures

    Dick Tracy vs. Cueball

    1946

    Costume seen on Paula Corday as Mona Clyde

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This unique piece was designed by Edward Stevenson for Anne Shirley as Ann Grayle in the 1944 film Murder, My Sweet. The costume was seen again in 1946, where it worn by Paula Corday as Mona Clyde in Dick Tracy vs. Cueball.

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About the Costume

This unique piece was designed by Edward Stevenson for Anne Shirley as Ann Grayle in the 1944 film Murder, My Sweet. The costume was seen again in 1946, where it worn by Paula Corday as Mona Clyde in Dick Tracy vs. Cueball.

This unique piece was designed by Edward Stevenson for Anne Shirley as Ann Grayle in the 1944 film Murder, My Sweet. The costume was seen again in 1946, where it worn by Paula Corday as Mona Clyde in Dick Tracy vs. Cueball.

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  • Edward Stevenson

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