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    • With Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Her Cardboard Lover

    1942

    Costume seen on Norma Shearer as Consuelo Croyden

    • With Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Slightly Dangerous Promotional Photo

    1943

    Costume seen on Lana Turner as Peggy Evans aka Carol Burden

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About the Costume

This fabulous black gown was designed by Robert Kalloch for Norma Shearer as Consuelo Croyden in the 1942 film Her Cardboard Lover. The dress was used later in 1943, where it was worn by Lana Turner in a publicity photo for Slightly Dangerous, though the dress does not appear in the film.

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About the Costume

This fabulous black gown was designed by Robert Kalloch for Norma Shearer as Consuelo Croyden in the 1942 film Her Cardboard Lover. The dress was used later in 1943, where it was worn by Lana Turner in a publicity photo for Slightly Dangerous, though the dress does not appear in the film.

This fabulous black gown was designed by Robert Kalloch for Norma Shearer as Consuelo Croyden in the 1942 film Her Cardboard Lover. The dress was used later in 1943, where it was worn by Lana Turner in a publicity photo for Slightly Dangerous, though the dress does not appear in the film.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Normashearer101
  • The Vintage Film Costume Collector
Costume Designer:
  • Robert Kalloch

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