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    • Gainsborough Pictures

    A Hazard of Hearts

    1987

    Costume seen on Fiona Fullerton as Lady Isabel Gillingham

    • Turner Pictures

    Frankenstein

    1992

    Costume seen on Jacinta Mulcahy as Justine

    • ITV

    Sharpe's Enemy

    1994

    Costume seen on Helena Michell as Sarah Dubreton

    • ITV

    Sharpe’s Waterloo

    1997

    Costume seen on Abigail Cruttenden as Jane Sharpe

    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Copying Beethoven

    2006

    Costume seen on an extra

Additional Images

About the Costume

Fiona Fullerton first wore this pretty yellow and white Spencer as Lady Isabel Gillingham in the 1987 television movie A Hazard of Hearts. Five years later, the 1992 production of Frankenstein reused it on Jacinta Mulcahy as Justine. It was also seen being worn by Helena Michell in 1994 when she played the part of Sarah Dubreton in Sharpe’s Enemy. 1997’s Sharpe’s Waterloo recycled the outfit for the character of Jane Sharpe, played by Abigail Cruttenden, before the costume’s final sighting in 2006, where it was spotted on an extra in Copying Beethoven.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Fiona Fullerton first wore this pretty yellow and white Spencer as Lady Isabel Gillingham in the 1987 television movie A Hazard of Hearts. Five years later, the 1992 production of Frankenstein reused it on Jacinta Mulcahy as Justine. It was also seen being worn by Helena Michell in 1994 when she played the part of Sarah Dubreton in Sharpe’s Enemy. 1997’s Sharpe’s Waterloo recycled the outfit for the character of Jane Sharpe, played by Abigail Cruttenden, before the costume’s final sighting in 2006, where it was spotted on an extra in Copying Beethoven.

Fiona Fullerton first wore this pretty yellow and white Spencer as Lady Isabel Gillingham in the 1987 television movie A Hazard of Hearts. Five years later, the 1992 production of Frankenstein reused it on Jacinta Mulcahy as Justine. It was also seen being worn by Helena Michell in 1994 when she played the part of Sarah Dubreton in Sharpe’s Enemy. 1997’s Sharpe’s Waterloo recycled the outfit for the character of Jane Sharpe, played by Abigail Cruttenden, before the costume’s final sighting in 2006, where it was spotted on an extra in Copying Beethoven.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Martina
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
  • Martina
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Valkyrie
  • Julia Spicer
  • justprosper
  • Michelle
Costume Designer:
  • Julie Harris

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