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  • Maureen O'Hara as Contessa Francesca wearing a black and red gown in the 1945 film "The Spanish Main."
    • RKO Radio Pictures

    The Spanish Main

    1945

    Costume seen on Maureen O'Hara as Contessa Francesca

  • Gladys Cooper as Queen Anne wearing a black and red gown in the 1952 film "At Sword's Point."
    • RKO Radio Pictures

    At Sword's Point

    1952

    Costume seen on Gladys Cooper as Queen Anne

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This stunning gown was designed by Edward Stevenson for Maureen O’Hara as Contessa Francesca in the 1945 adventure film The Spanish Main. The gown was recycled for use in At Sword’s Point in 1952, where it was seen worn by Gladys Cooper as Queen Anne. Adjustments appear to have been made to the neckline. The gown was purchased by Debbie Reynolds and was ultimately auctioned off to a private collector.

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About the Costume

This stunning gown was designed by Edward Stevenson for Maureen O’Hara as Contessa Francesca in the 1945 adventure film The Spanish Main. The gown was recycled for use in At Sword’s Point in 1952, where it was seen worn by Gladys Cooper as Queen Anne. Adjustments appear to have been made to the neckline. The gown was purchased by Debbie Reynolds and was ultimately auctioned off to a private collector.

This stunning gown was designed by Edward Stevenson for Maureen O’Hara as Contessa Francesca in the 1945 adventure film The Spanish Main. The gown was recycled for use in At Sword’s Point in 1952, where it was seen worn by Gladys Cooper as Queen Anne. Adjustments appear to have been made to the neckline. The gown was purchased by Debbie Reynolds and was ultimately auctioned off to a private collector.

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