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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 gown in the 1943 film "Du Barry Was a Lady."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Du Barry was a Lady

    1943

    Costume seen on an extra

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This extravagant gown was first seen on an extra in the 1938 film Marie Antoinette. Its only other known use was for 1943’s Du Barry was a Lady where it was spotted being worn by an extra.

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About the Costume

This extravagant gown was first seen on an extra in the 1938 film Marie Antoinette. Its only other known use was for 1943’s Du Barry was a Lady where it was spotted being worn by an extra.

This extravagant gown was first seen on an extra in the 1938 film Marie Antoinette. Its only other known use was for 1943’s Du Barry was a Lady where it was spotted being worn by an extra.

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  1. This and another Georgian dress shown as appearing on extras on this site I think are examples of the dressed extras in Hollywood. I think that is the term. I believe that these extras owned their own costumes and got paid a lot more to turn up all kitted out. Made life easier for the studio!
    What a great job that would have been!

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  1. This and another Georgian dress shown as appearing on extras on this site I think are examples of the dressed extras in Hollywood. I think that is the term. I believe that these extras owned their own costumes and got paid a lot more to turn up all kitted out. Made life easier for the studio!
    What a great job that would have been!

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  1. This and another Georgian dress shown as appearing on extras on this site I think are examples of the dressed extras in Hollywood. I think that is the term. I believe that these extras owned their own costumes and got paid a lot more to turn up all kitted out. Made life easier for the studio!
    What a great job that would have been!

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