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    • Central Television

    I Remember Nelson

    1982

    Costume seen on Anna Massey as Lady Frances Nelson

    • ITV

    The Bretts: Moving Pictures

    1987

    Costume seen on Belinda Lang as Martha Brett

    • Gainsborough Pictures

    Duel of Hearts

    1991

    Costume seen on an extra

    • Sony Pictures Video
    • TriStar Pictures

    Princess Caraboo

    1994

    Costume seen on Jacqueline Pearce as Lady Apthorpe

    • Columbia Pictures

    Sense and Sensibility

    1995

    Costume seen on an uncredited extra at a ball

    • Miramax
    • BBC

    Mansfield Park

    1999

    Costume seen on Embeth Davidtz as Mary Crawford

    • A+E Networks

    Napoléon

    2002

    an extra

    • BBC

    Byron

    2003

    Costume seen on Jane How as Lady Holland

    • BBC

    The Supersizers Go: The French Revolution

    2009

    Costume seen on Sue Perkins

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About the Costume

This stunning purple Regency gown was first seen on the actress Anna Massey as Lady Frances Nelson in the 1982 television series I Remember Nelson. The costume went on to be used in a 1987 episode of The Bretts entitled Moving Pictures, where Belina Lang wore it as Martha Brett. From there, it went on to be worn by an extra in Duel of Hearts in 1991 and Princess Caraboo in 1994, when Jacqueline Pearce wore it as Lady Apthorpe. The following year it was worn by an extra in Sense and Sensibility, and in 1999 it appeared on Embeth Davidtz as Mary Crawford in Mansfield Park. In 2002 it was worn by another extra in Napoléon, before being worn in 2003 by Jane How wore it as Lady Holland in the television movie Byron. The last time the piece was worn was by Sue Perkins in 2009 in The Supersizers Go: The French Revolution. 

 

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About the Costume

This stunning purple Regency gown was first seen on the actress Anna Massey as Lady Frances Nelson in the 1982 television series I Remember Nelson. The costume went on to be used in a 1987 episode of The Bretts entitled Moving Pictures, where Belina Lang wore it as Martha Brett. From there, it went on to be worn by an extra in Duel of Hearts in 1991 and Princess Caraboo in 1994, when Jacqueline Pearce wore it as Lady Apthorpe. The following year it was worn by an extra in Sense and Sensibility, and in 1999 it appeared on Embeth Davidtz as Mary Crawford in Mansfield Park. In 2002 it was worn by another extra in Napoléon, before being worn in 2003 by Jane How wore it as Lady Holland in the television movie Byron. The last time the piece was worn was by Sue Perkins in 2009 in The Supersizers Go: The French Revolution. 

 

This stunning purple Regency gown was first seen on the actress Anna Massey as Lady Frances Nelson in the 1982 television series I Remember Nelson. The costume went on to be used in a 1987 episode of The Bretts entitled Moving Pictures, where Belina Lang wore it as Martha Brett. From there, it went on to be worn by an extra in Duel of Hearts in 1991 and Princess Caraboo in 1994, when Jacqueline Pearce wore it as Lady Apthorpe. The following year it was worn by an extra in Sense and Sensibility, and in 1999 it appeared on Embeth Davidtz as Mary Crawford in Mansfield Park. In 2002 it was worn by another extra in Napoléon, before being worn in 2003 by Jane How wore it as Lady Holland in the television movie Byron. The last time the piece was worn was by Sue Perkins in 2009 in The Supersizers Go: The French Revolution. 

 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • carsNcors
  • Katie S.
Photos provided by:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • carsNcors
  • Katie S.
  • Michelle
  • Julia Spicer
  • Valkyrie
Costume Designer:
  • Stuart Currell
  • Sheelagh Killeen

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