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  • Benedict Cumberbatch as Edmund Talbot wearing a pale brown jacket in the 2005 mini-series "To the Ends of the Earth."
    • BBC

    To the Ends of the Earth

    2005

    Costume seen on Benedict Cumberbatch as Edmund Talbot

  • Johnny Lee Miller as Mr. Knightley wearing a pale brown jacket in the 2009 mini-series "Emma."
    • BBC

    Emma

    2009

    Costume seen on Jonny Lee Miller as Mr. Knightley

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This jacket was first seen in To the Ends of the Earth in 2005 on Benedict Cumberbatch as Edmund Talbot. It was used again in 2009 in Emma on Jonny Lee Miller as Mr. Knightley.

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This jacket was first seen in To the Ends of the Earth in 2005 on Benedict Cumberbatch as Edmund Talbot. It was used again in 2009 in Emma on Jonny Lee Miller as Mr. Knightley.

This jacket was first seen in To the Ends of the Earth in 2005 on Benedict Cumberbatch as Edmund Talbot. It was used again in 2009 in Emma on Jonny Lee Miller as Mr. Knightley.

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Sighting Credit:
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Photos provided by:
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  • Valkyrie
  • Julia Spicer
  • Karim
Costume Designer:
  • Rosalind Ebbutt

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  1. What a coincidence that each is currently starring in his own TV show about modern day Sherlock Holmes. Both of them are handsome and talented actors. 

  2. So, I have to say Anika that I am terribly jealous that you got to see both of them in the new production of Frankenstein. Whom was playing whom when you saw it, as I know they are switching roles. Thank you for your interesting insight into this coat and the sizes of the men – I never would have known otherwise. I appreciate it!

  3. I actually saw them both!! I knew when I bought the tickets (it wasn’t to the actual play in London, but the New York HD screenings) that I would be dying to see it the other way. And it was so worth it! They’re both so talented – I give the slight edge to BC as the Monster and JLM as Dr. Frankenstein (it made a more interesting balance of an intellectual, slightly dangerous monster versus a warmer Doctor), but both were great. I wonder if they know they have a coat in common! Oh, and sorry for the duplicate posts – apparently I don’t know how to work the internet.

  4. This one is so fascinating to me, because having seen both these guys in the recent production of ‘Frankenstein’ (which was fabulous), Benedict Cumberbatch is strikingly bigger than the much slighter Jonny Lee Miller. They must have cut the coat down and made a whole new waistcoat (which makes sense, since the color’s different) for JLM.

  5. This one is so fascinating to me, because having seen both these guys in the recent production of ‘Frankenstein’ (which was fabulous), Benedict Cumberbatch is strikingly bigger than the much slighter Jonny Lee Miller. They must have cut the coat down and made a whole new waistcoat (which makes sense, since the color’s different) for JLM.

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Costume Commentary

  1. What a coincidence that each is currently starring in his own TV show about modern day Sherlock Holmes. Both of them are handsome and talented actors. 

  2. So, I have to say Anika that I am terribly jealous that you got to see both of them in the new production of Frankenstein. Whom was playing whom when you saw it, as I know they are switching roles. Thank you for your interesting insight into this coat and the sizes of the men – I never would have known otherwise. I appreciate it!

  3. I actually saw them both!! I knew when I bought the tickets (it wasn’t to the actual play in London, but the New York HD screenings) that I would be dying to see it the other way. And it was so worth it! They’re both so talented – I give the slight edge to BC as the Monster and JLM as Dr. Frankenstein (it made a more interesting balance of an intellectual, slightly dangerous monster versus a warmer Doctor), but both were great. I wonder if they know they have a coat in common! Oh, and sorry for the duplicate posts – apparently I don’t know how to work the internet.

  4. This one is so fascinating to me, because having seen both these guys in the recent production of ‘Frankenstein’ (which was fabulous), Benedict Cumberbatch is strikingly bigger than the much slighter Jonny Lee Miller. They must have cut the coat down and made a whole new waistcoat (which makes sense, since the color’s different) for JLM.

  5. This one is so fascinating to me, because having seen both these guys in the recent production of ‘Frankenstein’ (which was fabulous), Benedict Cumberbatch is strikingly bigger than the much slighter Jonny Lee Miller. They must have cut the coat down and made a whole new waistcoat (which makes sense, since the color’s different) for JLM.

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  1. What a coincidence that each is currently starring in his own TV show about modern day Sherlock Holmes. Both of them are handsome and talented actors. 

  2. So, I have to say Anika that I am terribly jealous that you got to see both of them in the new production of Frankenstein. Whom was playing whom when you saw it, as I know they are switching roles. Thank you for your interesting insight into this coat and the sizes of the men – I never would have known otherwise. I appreciate it!

  3. I actually saw them both!! I knew when I bought the tickets (it wasn’t to the actual play in London, but the New York HD screenings) that I would be dying to see it the other way. And it was so worth it! They’re both so talented – I give the slight edge to BC as the Monster and JLM as Dr. Frankenstein (it made a more interesting balance of an intellectual, slightly dangerous monster versus a warmer Doctor), but both were great. I wonder if they know they have a coat in common! Oh, and sorry for the duplicate posts – apparently I don’t know how to work the internet.

  4. This one is so fascinating to me, because having seen both these guys in the recent production of ‘Frankenstein’ (which was fabulous), Benedict Cumberbatch is strikingly bigger than the much slighter Jonny Lee Miller. They must have cut the coat down and made a whole new waistcoat (which makes sense, since the color’s different) for JLM.

  5. This one is so fascinating to me, because having seen both these guys in the recent production of ‘Frankenstein’ (which was fabulous), Benedict Cumberbatch is strikingly bigger than the much slighter Jonny Lee Miller. They must have cut the coat down and made a whole new waistcoat (which makes sense, since the color’s different) for JLM.

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