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  • Francesca Annis as Lady Frances Derwent wearing a white, red, and blue polka dot dress in the 1980 film "Why Didn't They Ask Evans?"
    • ITV

    Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?

    1980

    Costume seen on Francesca Annis as Lady Frances Derwent

  • Frances Low as Pamela Lyall wearing a white, red, and blue polka dot dress in the episode "Triangle at Rhodes" of the 1989 series "Poirot."
    • ITV

    Poirot: Triangle at Rhodes

    1989

    Costume seen on Frances Low as Pamela Lyall

  • Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson wearing a white, red, and blue polka dot dress in the episode "We Can But Hope" of the 2021 series "All Creatures Great and Small."
    • BBC

    All Creatures Great and Small: We Can But Hope

    2021

    Costume seen on Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson

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This white polka-dotted dress was first used in the 1980 Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, where Francesca Annis wore it as Lady Frances Derwent. In 1989 it was seen again on Frances Low as Pamela Lyall in Poirot: Triangle at Rhodes. It was spotted a third time in All Creatures Great and Small on Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson in the 2021 second season episode titled We Can But Hope. 

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This white polka-dotted dress was first used in the 1980 Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, where Francesca Annis wore it as Lady Frances Derwent. In 1989 it was seen again on Frances Low as Pamela Lyall in Poirot: Triangle at Rhodes. It was spotted a third time in All Creatures Great and Small on Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson in the 2021 second season episode titled We Can But Hope. 

This white polka-dotted dress was first used in the 1980 Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, where Francesca Annis wore it as Lady Frances Derwent. In 1989 it was seen again on Frances Low as Pamela Lyall in Poirot: Triangle at Rhodes. It was spotted a third time in All Creatures Great and Small on Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson in the 2021 second season episode titled We Can But Hope. 

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  • Martina
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