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  • An extra wearing a blue and red gown in the 1952 film "At Sword's Point."
    • RKO Radio Pictures

    At Sword's Point

    1952

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Barbara Steele as Elizabeth Bernard Medina wearing a red and blue gown in the 1961 film "The Pit and the Pendulum."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Pit and the Pendulum

    1961

    Costume seen on Barbara Steele as Elizabeth Bernard Medina

    • United Artists

    Jack the Giant Killer

    1962

    Costume seen on Anna Lee as Lady Constance

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This red gown was first worn by an extra in the 1952 film At Sword’s Point. Because it was worn by an extra, there is a good possibility that the gown originated from an earlier production, though this has yet to be determined or spotted. The costume was worn again on Barbara Steele as Elizabeth Bernard Medina in the 1961 film The Pit and the Pendulum.  The gown was seen the very next year in Jack and the Giant Killer on Anna Lee as Lady Constance.

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About the Costume

This red gown was first worn by an extra in the 1952 film At Sword’s Point. Because it was worn by an extra, there is a good possibility that the gown originated from an earlier production, though this has yet to be determined or spotted. The costume was worn again on Barbara Steele as Elizabeth Bernard Medina in the 1961 film The Pit and the Pendulum.  The gown was seen the very next year in Jack and the Giant Killer on Anna Lee as Lady Constance.

This red gown was first worn by an extra in the 1952 film At Sword’s Point. Because it was worn by an extra, there is a good possibility that the gown originated from an earlier production, though this has yet to be determined or spotted. The costume was worn again on Barbara Steele as Elizabeth Bernard Medina in the 1961 film The Pit and the Pendulum.  The gown was seen the very next year in Jack and the Giant Killer on Anna Lee as Lady Constance.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
  • Julia Spicer
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Costume Designer:
  • Edward Stevenson

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