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    • A+E Networks
    • BBC Birmingham

    The Scarlet Pimpernel: Valentin Gautier/The Scarlet Pimpernel Meets Madame Guillotine

    1999

    Costume seen on Anthony Green as Andrew Ffoulkes

    • HBO

    John Adams: Unnecessary War

    2008

    Costume seen on Zak Orth as James McHenry

    • BBC

    Emma

    2009

    Costume seen on Robert Bathurst as Mr. Weston

    • Apple TV+

    The Completely Made Up Adventures of Dick Turpin: A Legend Is Born (Sort Of)

    2024

    Costume seen on Noel Fielding as Dick Turpin

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About the Costume

With costume reuse comes another kind of reuse – fabric. The distinctively colored striped silk fabric has also been used for a costume seen in Return to Cranford and Belgravia. 

This waistcoat has been used in several productions depicting the late 18th century through the 19th century. It first turned up in the 1999 TV series The Scarlet Pimpernel, in both the second and third episode of the first season, where it was worn by Anthony Green as Andrew Ffoulkes. 

From there, it was briefly used in the 2008 sixth episode of the miniseries John Adams, where Zak Orth wore it as James McHenry.

It appeared next in the 2009 miniseries adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, where Robert Bathurst wore the waistcoat as the character Mr.Weston. 

Most recently, the piece showed up in the first episode of the 2024 show The Completely Made Up Adventures of Dick Turpin, where Noel Fielding wore it in the title role.

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About the Costume

With costume reuse comes another kind of reuse – fabric. The distinctively colored striped silk fabric has also been used for a costume seen in Return to Cranford and Belgravia. 

This waistcoat has been used in several productions depicting the late 18th century through the 19th century. It first turned up in the 1999 TV series The Scarlet Pimpernel, in both the second and third episode of the first season, where it was worn by Anthony Green as Andrew Ffoulkes. 

From there, it was briefly used in the 2008 sixth episode of the miniseries John Adams, where Zak Orth wore it as James McHenry.

It appeared next in the 2009 miniseries adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, where Robert Bathurst wore the waistcoat as the character Mr.Weston. 

Most recently, the piece showed up in the first episode of the 2024 show The Completely Made Up Adventures of Dick Turpin, where Noel Fielding wore it in the title role.

With costume reuse comes another kind of reuse – fabric. The distinctively colored striped silk fabric has also been used for a costume seen in Return to Cranford and Belgravia. 

This waistcoat has been used in several productions depicting the late 18th century through the 19th century. It first turned up in the 1999 TV series The Scarlet Pimpernel, in both the second and third episode of the first season, where it was worn by Anthony Green as Andrew Ffoulkes. 

From there, it was briefly used in the 2008 sixth episode of the miniseries John Adams, where Zak Orth wore it as James McHenry.

It appeared next in the 2009 miniseries adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, where Robert Bathurst wore the waistcoat as the character Mr.Weston. 

Most recently, the piece showed up in the first episode of the 2024 show The Completely Made Up Adventures of Dick Turpin, where Noel Fielding wore it in the title role.

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    • Oh yes, that is very similar. The only difference seems to be the gold stripe has some sort of design to it instead of just a plain stripe. Super, super close. It’s gotta be the same maker.

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    • Oh yes, that is very similar. The only difference seems to be the gold stripe has some sort of design to it instead of just a plain stripe. Super, super close. It’s gotta be the same maker.

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    • Oh yes, that is very similar. The only difference seems to be the gold stripe has some sort of design to it instead of just a plain stripe. Super, super close. It’s gotta be the same maker.

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