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  • Fanny Valette as Henriette Jourdain wearing a pink gown in the 2007 film "Moliere."
    • Fidélité Productions

    Molière

    2007

    Costume seen on Fanny Valette as Henriette Jourdain

  • Maiko Vuillod as an extra wearing a pink gown in the 2011 film "Le Roi, l'Ecureuil et la Coulevre (The King, the Squirrel and the Grass Snake)."
    • Nelka Films

    Le Roi, l'Écureuil et la Couleuvre (The King, the Squirrel and the Grass Snake)

    2011

    Costume seen on Maiko Vuillod as an extra

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This lovely dress was worn by Fanny Valette as Henriette Jourdain in the 2007 adaptation of Molière. To date, the dress has only been sighted one other time, in 2011, when it was spotted on Maiko Vuillod as an extra in Le Roi, l’Écureuil et la Couleuvre (The King, the Squirrel and the Grass Snake)

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About the Costume

This lovely dress was worn by Fanny Valette as Henriette Jourdain in the 2007 adaptation of Molière. To date, the dress has only been sighted one other time, in 2011, when it was spotted on Maiko Vuillod as an extra in Le Roi, l’Écureuil et la Couleuvre (The King, the Squirrel and the Grass Snake)

This lovely dress was worn by Fanny Valette as Henriette Jourdain in the 2007 adaptation of Molière. To date, the dress has only been sighted one other time, in 2011, when it was spotted on Maiko Vuillod as an extra in Le Roi, l’Écureuil et la Couleuvre (The King, the Squirrel and the Grass Snake)

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Sandra
Photos provided by:
  • Sandra
Costume Designer:
  • Pierre-Jean Larroque

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  1. What? There is a European (sorry, little to no love for the grubby gray rodents) royal period drama with a squirrel in the title? Where can I find it and why do I not know anything about it? Any of you know more?

    • Here is the summary:

      In Paris, in the seventeenth century, Nicolas Fouquet and Jean-Baptiste Colbert disputed the favors of Mazarin. Fouquet, appointed Superintendent of Finance, was faced with the difficulty of his office. He nevertheless increased his fortune and built a castle at Vaux-le-Vicomte. His excessive expenses attracted the wrath of the court. Seizing this opportunity, Colbert conspires to make his rival disgrace …

      It sounds cool! I’ve always wanted to see something about Nicolas Fourquet! Vaux le Vicomte is so beautiful.

      It looks like it is available on region 2 DVD.

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Costume Commentary

  1. What? There is a European (sorry, little to no love for the grubby gray rodents) royal period drama with a squirrel in the title? Where can I find it and why do I not know anything about it? Any of you know more?

    • Here is the summary:

      In Paris, in the seventeenth century, Nicolas Fouquet and Jean-Baptiste Colbert disputed the favors of Mazarin. Fouquet, appointed Superintendent of Finance, was faced with the difficulty of his office. He nevertheless increased his fortune and built a castle at Vaux-le-Vicomte. His excessive expenses attracted the wrath of the court. Seizing this opportunity, Colbert conspires to make his rival disgrace …

      It sounds cool! I’ve always wanted to see something about Nicolas Fourquet! Vaux le Vicomte is so beautiful.

      It looks like it is available on region 2 DVD.

Comment

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  1. What? There is a European (sorry, little to no love for the grubby gray rodents) royal period drama with a squirrel in the title? Where can I find it and why do I not know anything about it? Any of you know more?

    • Here is the summary:

      In Paris, in the seventeenth century, Nicolas Fouquet and Jean-Baptiste Colbert disputed the favors of Mazarin. Fouquet, appointed Superintendent of Finance, was faced with the difficulty of his office. He nevertheless increased his fortune and built a castle at Vaux-le-Vicomte. His excessive expenses attracted the wrath of the court. Seizing this opportunity, Colbert conspires to make his rival disgrace …

      It sounds cool! I’ve always wanted to see something about Nicolas Fourquet! Vaux le Vicomte is so beautiful.

      It looks like it is available on region 2 DVD.

Comment