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  • Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn wearing a light yellow Tudor-style gown in the 1969 film "Anne of the Thousand Days."
    • Hal Wallis Productions
    • LIFE Magazine

    Anne of the Thousand Days

    1969

    Costume seen on Geneviéve Bujold as Anne Boleyn

  • An uncredited actress as Kathryn Parr wearing a light yellow Tudor-style gown in the 1977 film "Crossed Swords."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Crossed Swords

    1977

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as Kathryn Parr

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About the Costume

The 1969 film Anne of the Thousand Days featured a variety of costumes designed by Margaret Furse, which earned her an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. Over time, these costumes were repurposed in several other productions, such as Elizabeth R, Carry On Henry, Mary, Queen of Scots, and The Tudors.

One notable costume from Anne of the Thousand Days is this light yellow gown worn by Geneviève Bujold as Anne Boleyn. It made another appearance in the 1977 film Crossed Swords, also known as The Prince and the Pauper, where it was worn by an uncredited actress as Queen Kathryn Parr. The piece remained largely unchanged, though the parlet was removed, and black fabric was added to the front of the bodice, giving it a slightly different appearance. The piece seems to have been restored to its original design for display at Anne Boleyn’s childhood home, Hever Castle.

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About the Costume

The 1969 film Anne of the Thousand Days featured a variety of costumes designed by Margaret Furse, which earned her an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. Over time, these costumes were repurposed in several other productions, such as Elizabeth R, Carry On Henry, Mary, Queen of Scots, and The Tudors.

One notable costume from Anne of the Thousand Days is this light yellow gown worn by Geneviève Bujold as Anne Boleyn. It made another appearance in the 1977 film Crossed Swords, also known as The Prince and the Pauper, where it was worn by an uncredited actress as Queen Kathryn Parr. The piece remained largely unchanged, though the parlet was removed, and black fabric was added to the front of the bodice, giving it a slightly different appearance. The piece seems to have been restored to its original design for display at Anne Boleyn’s childhood home, Hever Castle.

The 1969 film Anne of the Thousand Days featured a variety of costumes designed by Margaret Furse, which earned her an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. Over time, these costumes were repurposed in several other productions, such as Elizabeth R, Carry On Henry, Mary, Queen of Scots, and The Tudors.

One notable costume from Anne of the Thousand Days is this light yellow gown worn by Geneviève Bujold as Anne Boleyn. It made another appearance in the 1977 film Crossed Swords, also known as The Prince and the Pauper, where it was worn by an uncredited actress as Queen Kathryn Parr. The piece remained largely unchanged, though the parlet was removed, and black fabric was added to the front of the bodice, giving it a slightly different appearance. The piece seems to have been restored to its original design for display at Anne Boleyn’s childhood home, Hever Castle.

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  • Philip Boleyn
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  • Margaret Furse

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  1. I saw this lovely dress in an exhibition in Edinburgh – the coronation dress Genevieve wore in the film was shown too – I wonder where that went ??. Margaret Furse’s costumes are timeless and so beautiful..

      • It was at the Ideal Home Exhibition at the Waverly. Think it was 1969 when the film came out and was showing at the Odeon. There was a fashion show at the exhibition and the gasps when the lady came out wearing ‘The Coronation Gown’ was wonderful !. I would have been about 9 or 10 but have never forgotten it.

  2. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  3. I know – it’s sad isn’t it? I’ve no idea if they altered the dress for this film, or if it was altered in another film that we haven’t found yet. None the less – the dress was stunning in its original form and should not have been changed.

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Costume Commentary

  1. I saw this lovely dress in an exhibition in Edinburgh – the coronation dress Genevieve wore in the film was shown too – I wonder where that went ??. Margaret Furse’s costumes are timeless and so beautiful..

      • It was at the Ideal Home Exhibition at the Waverly. Think it was 1969 when the film came out and was showing at the Odeon. There was a fashion show at the exhibition and the gasps when the lady came out wearing ‘The Coronation Gown’ was wonderful !. I would have been about 9 or 10 but have never forgotten it.

  2. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  3. I know – it’s sad isn’t it? I’ve no idea if they altered the dress for this film, or if it was altered in another film that we haven’t found yet. None the less – the dress was stunning in its original form and should not have been changed.

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  1. I saw this lovely dress in an exhibition in Edinburgh – the coronation dress Genevieve wore in the film was shown too – I wonder where that went ??. Margaret Furse’s costumes are timeless and so beautiful..

      • It was at the Ideal Home Exhibition at the Waverly. Think it was 1969 when the film came out and was showing at the Odeon. There was a fashion show at the exhibition and the gasps when the lady came out wearing ‘The Coronation Gown’ was wonderful !. I would have been about 9 or 10 but have never forgotten it.

  2. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  3. I know – it’s sad isn’t it? I’ve no idea if they altered the dress for this film, or if it was altered in another film that we haven’t found yet. None the less – the dress was stunning in its original form and should not have been changed.

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