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    • Every Cloud Productions

    Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Murder in the Dark

    2012

    Costume seen on Philli Anderson as Marigold Brown

    • Every Cloud Productions

    Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Framed for Murder

    2013

    Costume seen on Alicia Pavlis as film crew member

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About the Costume

This brown dress with purple trim and little buttons shaped like flowers has been worn twice in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. It was first worn by Philli Anderson as Marigold Brown in the 2012 episode Murder In the Dark, where it was shown in the water, making it possible that this gown has duplicates, as is often the case for water scenes.

The costume appeared again in the 2013 episode Framed for Murder, where it was worn by Alicia Pavlas as a crew member on a film set.

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About the Costume

This brown dress with purple trim and little buttons shaped like flowers has been worn twice in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. It was first worn by Philli Anderson as Marigold Brown in the 2012 episode Murder In the Dark, where it was shown in the water, making it possible that this gown has duplicates, as is often the case for water scenes.

The costume appeared again in the 2013 episode Framed for Murder, where it was worn by Alicia Pavlas as a crew member on a film set.

Have you seen any other costumes from Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries? If so, please send them in!

 

 

This brown dress with purple trim and little buttons shaped like flowers has been worn twice in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. It was first worn by Philli Anderson as Marigold Brown in the 2012 episode Murder In the Dark, where it was shown in the water, making it possible that this gown has duplicates, as is often the case for water scenes.

The costume appeared again in the 2013 episode Framed for Murder, where it was worn by Alicia Pavlas as a crew member on a film set.

Have you seen any other costumes from Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries? If so, please send them in!

 

 

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Sighting Credit:
  • Julia
Photos provided by:
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Costume Designer:
  • Marion Boyce

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