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  • Jane Seymour as Marie Antoinette wearing a white gown with blue detailing in the 1989 mini-series "La revolution francaise (The French Revolution)."
    • Alliance Films
    • Entertainment One
    • Ariane Films

    La révolution française (The French Revolution)

    1989

    Costume seen on Jane Seymour as Marie Antoinette

  • An uncredited actress as Marie Antoinette wearing a white gown with blue detailing in the 2006 film "Marie Antoinette: The Last Queen of France."
    • David Grubin Productions
    • Public Broadcasting Company (PBS)

    Marie Antoinette: The Last Queen of France

    2006

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as Marie Antoinette

  • A white dress with blue detailing used as a prop in the 2006 film "Marie-Antoinette, la Veritable Histoire (Marie Antoinette, the True Story)."
    • GMT Productions
    • Télé-Québec
    • Émergence International Inc.

    Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story)

    2006

    Costume seen on a prop

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About the Costume

This incredible gown was created for Jane Seymour’s portrayal of Marie Antoinette in the 1989 La révolution française (The French Revolution). The costume was not seen again until 2006, when it first appeared on an uncredited (and unseen) actress in David Grubin’s documentary Marie Antoinette: The Last Queen of France, and then as a prop in Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story).

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About the Costume

This incredible gown was created for Jane Seymour’s portrayal of Marie Antoinette in the 1989 La révolution française (The French Revolution). The costume was not seen again until 2006, when it first appeared on an uncredited (and unseen) actress in David Grubin’s documentary Marie Antoinette: The Last Queen of France, and then as a prop in Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story).

This incredible gown was created for Jane Seymour’s portrayal of Marie Antoinette in the 1989 La révolution française (The French Revolution). The costume was not seen again until 2006, when it first appeared on an uncredited (and unseen) actress in David Grubin’s documentary Marie Antoinette: The Last Queen of France, and then as a prop in Marie-Antoinette, la Véritable Histoire ( Marie Antoinette, the True Story).

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  • Katie S.
  • Michael M.
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  • Catherine Leterrier

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  1. I finally got to see the Grubin documentary yesterday. It wouldn’t surprise me if the person wearing the costume is a keyboardist, as the fingering was well-synched with the harpsichord music heard in that segment.

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  1. I finally got to see the Grubin documentary yesterday. It wouldn’t surprise me if the person wearing the costume is a keyboardist, as the fingering was well-synched with the harpsichord music heard in that segment.

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  1. I finally got to see the Grubin documentary yesterday. It wouldn’t surprise me if the person wearing the costume is a keyboardist, as the fingering was well-synched with the harpsichord music heard in that segment.

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