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    • Paramount Television

    Star Trek: The Conscience of the King

    1966

    Costume seen on Barbara Anderson as Lenore

    • Paramount Television

    Star Trek: I Mudd

    1967

    Costume seen on Kay Elliot as Stella Mudd

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About the Costume

The Star Trek franchise has a long history of both prop and costume reuse. This colorful dress was seen twice in Star TrekThe Original Series. In 1966 it was worn by Barbara Anderson as Lenore in the episode The Conscience of the King. The next year in 1967, it was worn by Kay Elliot as Stella Mudd in the episode entitled I, Mudd.

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About the Costume

The Star Trek franchise has a long history of both prop and costume reuse. This colorful dress was seen twice in Star TrekThe Original Series. In 1966 it was worn by Barbara Anderson as Lenore in the episode The Conscience of the King. The next year in 1967, it was worn by Kay Elliot as Stella Mudd in the episode entitled I, Mudd.

The Star Trek franchise has a long history of both prop and costume reuse. This colorful dress was seen twice in Star TrekThe Original Series. In 1966 it was worn by Barbara Anderson as Lenore in the episode The Conscience of the King. The next year in 1967, it was worn by Kay Elliot as Stella Mudd in the episode entitled I, Mudd.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Ann-Mari
Photos provided by:
  • Ann-Mari
  • Karim
Costume Designer:
  • William Ware Theiss

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