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  • Extras in a dance ensemble wearing red sequined dance costumes in the 1954 film "White Christmas."
    • Paramount Pictures

    White Christmas

    1954

    Costume seen on extras in a dance ensemble

  • Extras as backup dancers wearing red sequined dance costumes in the 1964 film "Roustabout."
    • Paramount Pictures

    Roustabout

    1964

    Costume seen on extras as backup dancers

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Edith Head designed these red dance costumes for use in White Christmas in 1954, where extras wore them in the production number I’d Rather See a Minstrel Show. The costumes were used again ten years later, in the Elvis Presley film Roustabout, where they were worn by extras in the song Carny Town.

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About the Costume

Edith Head designed these red dance costumes for use in White Christmas in 1954, where extras wore them in the production number I’d Rather See a Minstrel Show. The costumes were used again ten years later, in the Elvis Presley film Roustabout, where they were worn by extras in the song Carny Town.

Edith Head designed these red dance costumes for use in White Christmas in 1954, where extras wore them in the production number I’d Rather See a Minstrel Show. The costumes were used again ten years later, in the Elvis Presley film Roustabout, where they were worn by extras in the song Carny Town.

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  • Laura A.
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Costume Designer:
  • Edith Head

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