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  • Aline MacMahon as Trixie Lorraine wearing an argyle patterned ensemble in the 1933 film "Gold Diggers of 1933."
    • Warner Bros.

    Gold Diggers of 1933

    1933

    Costume seen on Aline MacMahon as Trixie Lorraine

  • Kathleen Lockhart as Lottie Bancroft wearing an argyle patterned ensemble in the 1936 film "Times Square Playboy."
    • Warner Bros.

    Times Square Playboy

    1936

    Costume seen on Kathleen Lockhart as Lottie Bancroft

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About the Costume

This distinctive dress was first seen in the 1933 film Goldiggers of 1933, where Aline MacMahon wore it as Trixie Lorraine. It appeared again in 1936 in Playboy of Times Square, where Kathleen Lockhart wore it as Lottie Bancroft. The second time the costume appeared, the sleeves were gathered, and cuffs added. 

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About the Costume

This distinctive dress was first seen in the 1933 film Goldiggers of 1933, where Aline MacMahon wore it as Trixie Lorraine. It appeared again in 1936 in Playboy of Times Square, where Kathleen Lockhart wore it as Lottie Bancroft. The second time the costume appeared, the sleeves were gathered, and cuffs added. 

This distinctive dress was first seen in the 1933 film Goldiggers of 1933, where Aline MacMahon wore it as Trixie Lorraine. It appeared again in 1936 in Playboy of Times Square, where Kathleen Lockhart wore it as Lottie Bancroft. The second time the costume appeared, the sleeves were gathered, and cuffs added. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Laura
Photos provided by:
  • Laura
Costume Designer:
  • Orry-Kelly

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