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  • Bob Denver as Cinderella's Fairy Godfather wearing a yellow and green robe with a white and red eye emblazoned on the front in the episode "Lovey's Secret Admirer" of the 1967 series "Gilligan's Island."
    • United Artists Television

    Gilligan's Island: Lovey's Secret Admirer

    1967

    Costume seen on Bob Denver as Cinderella's Fairy Godfather

  • Theodore Marcuse as Korobe wearing a yellow and green robe with a white and red eye emblazoned on the front on the episode "Catspaw" of the 1967 series "Star Trek."
    • Paramount Television

    Star Trek: Catspaw

    1967

    Costume seen on Theodore Marcuse as Korob

  • An extra as a warlock wearing a yellow and green robe with a white and red eye emblazoned on the front in the episode "Samantha's Bad Day in Salem" of the 1970 series "Bewitched."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    Bewitched: Samantha's Bad Day In Salem

    1970

    Costume seen on an extra as warlock

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About the Costume

This distinctive yellow and green wizard robe with a gold lamé hood and an all-watching eye emblazoned on the front is best known for its appearance in Star Trek’s 1967 second-season episode Catspaw, where Theodore Marcuse wore it as Korob. However, the robe first appeared earlier that same year in the episode of Gilligan’s Island entitled Lovey’s Secret Admirer, where Bob Denver wore it as Cinderella’s “Fairy Godfather.” The piece was spotted again in 1970 in an episode of Bewitched entitled Samantha’s Bad Day In Salem, worn by a warlock at The Witches Convention.

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About the Costume

This distinctive yellow and green wizard robe with a gold lamé hood and an all-watching eye emblazoned on the front is best known for its appearance in Star Trek’s 1967 second-season episode Catspaw, where Theodore Marcuse wore it as Korob. However, the robe first appeared earlier that same year in the episode of Gilligan’s Island entitled Lovey’s Secret Admirer, where Bob Denver wore it as Cinderella’s “Fairy Godfather.” The piece was spotted again in 1970 in an episode of Bewitched entitled Samantha’s Bad Day In Salem, worn by a warlock at The Witches Convention.

This distinctive yellow and green wizard robe with a gold lamé hood and an all-watching eye emblazoned on the front is best known for its appearance in Star Trek’s 1967 second-season episode Catspaw, where Theodore Marcuse wore it as Korob. However, the robe first appeared earlier that same year in the episode of Gilligan’s Island entitled Lovey’s Secret Admirer, where Bob Denver wore it as Cinderella’s “Fairy Godfather.” The piece was spotted again in 1970 in an episode of Bewitched entitled Samantha’s Bad Day In Salem, worn by a warlock at The Witches Convention.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
Photos provided by:
  • Katie S.
Costume Designer:
  • Robert Fuca

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