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  • A glass geometric bathtub used as a prop in the 1939 film "The Women."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Women

    1939

    Bathtub

  • A glass geometric bathtub used as a prop in "Girl Hunt Ballet" sequence in the 1953 film "The Band Wagon."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Band Wagon

    1953

    Bathtub

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About the Costume

This glass geometric bathtub was first seen in The Women in 1939, being used by Joan Crawford’s character Crystal Allen. The film is notable for only showing women for the entire runtime. It then made an appearance, with the molding at the bottom removed, in The Band Wagon in 1953 during the “Girl Hunt Ballet” sequence.

It also apparently appears in an Our Gang short, though Recycled Movie Costumes has been unable to find photographic evidence of this.

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About the Costume

This glass geometric bathtub was first seen in The Women in 1939, being used by Joan Crawford’s character Crystal Allen. The film is notable for only showing women for the entire runtime. It then made an appearance, with the molding at the bottom removed, in The Band Wagon in 1953 during the “Girl Hunt Ballet” sequence.

It also apparently appears in an Our Gang short, though Recycled Movie Costumes has been unable to find photographic evidence of this.

This glass geometric bathtub was first seen in The Women in 1939, being used by Joan Crawford’s character Crystal Allen. The film is notable for only showing women for the entire runtime. It then made an appearance, with the molding at the bottom removed, in The Band Wagon in 1953 during the “Girl Hunt Ballet” sequence.

It also apparently appears in an Our Gang short, though Recycled Movie Costumes has been unable to find photographic evidence of this.

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