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  • William Campbell as Trelane wearing a blue and gold embroidered cape and jacket in the episode "The Squire of Gothos" of the 1967 series "Star Trek."
    • Paramount Television

    Star Trek: The Squire of Gothos

    1967

    Costume seen on William Campbell as Trelane

  • Jim Backus as Thurston Howell III wearing a blue and gold embroidered cape 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 Jim Backus as Thurston Howell III

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This embroidered cloak and matching coat was first seen in 1967 when William Campbell wore it as Trelane in the Star Trek episode The Squire of Gothos. The cloak was used without the coat the same year in an episode of Gilligan’s Island, entitled Lovey’s Secret Admirer, where Jim Backus wore it as Thurston Howell III. This costume likely was not made for the episode of Star Trek but came from an earlier period drama. 

 

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About the Costume

This embroidered cloak and matching coat was first seen in 1967 when William Campbell wore it as Trelane in the Star Trek episode The Squire of Gothos. The cloak was used without the coat the same year in an episode of Gilligan’s Island, entitled Lovey’s Secret Admirer, where Jim Backus wore it as Thurston Howell III. This costume likely was not made for the episode of Star Trek but came from an earlier period drama. 

 

This embroidered cloak and matching coat was first seen in 1967 when William Campbell wore it as Trelane in the Star Trek episode The Squire of Gothos. The cloak was used without the coat the same year in an episode of Gilligan’s Island, entitled Lovey’s Secret Admirer, where Jim Backus wore it as Thurston Howell III. This costume likely was not made for the episode of Star Trek but came from an earlier period drama. 

 

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