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  • Helen McCrory as Valentina Villefort wearing a green silk gown in the 2002 film "The Count of Monte Cristo."
    • Touchstone Pictures

    The Count of Monte Cristo

    2002

    Costume seen on Helen McCrory as Valentina Villefort

  • Natasha Little as Augusta Leigh wearing a green silk gown in the 2003 mini-series "Byron."
    • BBC

    Byron

    2003

    Costume seen on Natasha Little as Augusta Leigh

  • Victoria Hopkins as herself wearing a green silk gown in the 2004 mini-series "Regency House Party."
    • Wall to Wall
    • Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

    Regency House Party

    2004

    Costume seen on Victoria Hopkins as herself

  • Jodhi May as Mrs. Weston wearing a green silk gown in the 2009 mini-series "Emma."
    • BBC

    Emma

    2009

    Costume seen on Jodhi May as Mrs. Weston

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Helen McCrory wore this lovely silk dress as Valentina Villefort in the 2002 film The Count of Monte Cristo. It was next seen being worn by Natasha Little as Augusta Leigh in the 2003 television movie Byron. The 2004 reality television series Regency House Party recycled the dress for Victoria Hopkins, and finally in 2009 it was worn by Johdi May as Mrs. Weston in Emma. 

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About the Costume

Helen McCrory wore this lovely silk dress as Valentina Villefort in the 2002 film The Count of Monte Cristo. It was next seen being worn by Natasha Little as Augusta Leigh in the 2003 television movie Byron. The 2004 reality television series Regency House Party recycled the dress for Victoria Hopkins, and finally in 2009 it was worn by Johdi May as Mrs. Weston in Emma. 

Helen McCrory wore this lovely silk dress as Valentina Villefort in the 2002 film The Count of Monte Cristo. It was next seen being worn by Natasha Little as Augusta Leigh in the 2003 television movie Byron. The 2004 reality television series Regency House Party recycled the dress for Victoria Hopkins, and finally in 2009 it was worn by Johdi May as Mrs. Weston in Emma. 

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