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  • An extra wearing a gown in the 1938 film "Marie Antoinette."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Marie Antoinette

    1938

    Costume seen on an extra

  • An extra wearing a teal and silver gown in the 1943 film "Du Barry Was a Lady."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Du Barry was A Lady

    1943

    Costume seen on an uncredited extra

  • An extra wearing a gown in the 1946 film "Two Sisters from Boston."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Two Sisters from Boston

    1946

    Costume seen on an extra

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This gorgeous teal and silver gown was first worn by an extra in the 1938 Marie Antoinette. Its next sighting was in the 1943 American musical comedy Du Barry was a Lady, on an uncredited extra. Three years later, in 1946, the film Two Sisters from Boston used the gown on yet another extra.

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About the Costume

This gorgeous teal and silver gown was first worn by an extra in the 1938 Marie Antoinette. Its next sighting was in the 1943 American musical comedy Du Barry was a Lady, on an uncredited extra. Three years later, in 1946, the film Two Sisters from Boston used the gown on yet another extra.

This gorgeous teal and silver gown was first worn by an extra in the 1938 Marie Antoinette. Its next sighting was in the 1943 American musical comedy Du Barry was a Lady, on an uncredited extra. Three years later, in 1946, the film Two Sisters from Boston used the gown on yet another extra.

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  • Adrian (Adrian Adolph Greenburg)

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Costume Commentary

  1. Thanks James, I completely overlooked this one in the catalog (I’ve found it now) because I did not even recognize it! Looks like it was made over pretty heavily sometime after 1946. In the catalog it says that the tag says it was worn by someone by the name of Merelyn Kingsley. There are only two films she could have worn it in, and that is The Hoodlum Saint and Showboat, so I will have to look both of those up and see if I can find it.

  2. I figured you would find more. I’m not familiar with these films at all, but I knew, when I can across this upload, that you would love it. 🙂

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Costume Commentary

  1. Thanks James, I completely overlooked this one in the catalog (I’ve found it now) because I did not even recognize it! Looks like it was made over pretty heavily sometime after 1946. In the catalog it says that the tag says it was worn by someone by the name of Merelyn Kingsley. There are only two films she could have worn it in, and that is The Hoodlum Saint and Showboat, so I will have to look both of those up and see if I can find it.

  2. I figured you would find more. I’m not familiar with these films at all, but I knew, when I can across this upload, that you would love it. 🙂

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  1. Thanks James, I completely overlooked this one in the catalog (I’ve found it now) because I did not even recognize it! Looks like it was made over pretty heavily sometime after 1946. In the catalog it says that the tag says it was worn by someone by the name of Merelyn Kingsley. There are only two films she could have worn it in, and that is The Hoodlum Saint and Showboat, so I will have to look both of those up and see if I can find it.

  2. I figured you would find more. I’m not familiar with these films at all, but I knew, when I can across this upload, that you would love it. 🙂

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