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    • Universal Pictures
    • Hal Wallis Productions

    Anne of the Thousand Days

    1969

    Costume seen on Amanda Jane Smythe as Princess Elizabeth

    • BBC

    Henry VIII and His Six Wives

    1972

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as Princess Mary Tudor

    • HarperCollins

    William Shakespeare: The Extraordinary Life of the Most Successful Writer of All Time

    1995

    Costume seen in a model playing Shakespeare's granddaughter Elizabeth

    • Channel 4 Television Corporation
    • A&E
    • The History Channel

    Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England's Virgin Queen

    2000

    Costume seen on Saskia Backwell as Princess Elizabeth

    • Granada Television

    Henry VIII

    2003

    Costume seen on Lorna Lacey as Princess Elizabeth

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on Blathnaid McKeown as Princess Mary Tudor

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About the Costume

This pretty little gown originated with the film Anne of the Thousand Days in 1969, where Amanda Jane Smythe wore it as Princess Elizabeth. In 1972 it was seen in Henry VIII and his Six Wives worn by an uncredited actress playing Princess Mary. In 1995 it was used in a photo for the book William Shakespeare: The Extraordinary Life of the Most Successful Writer of All Time, where it was seen on a model portraying Shakespeare’s granddaughter, Elizabeth. In 2000 the costume was used in the David Starkey Documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen on Saskia Backwell as Princess Elizabeth. In 2003 it was seen in the mini-series Henry VIII on actress Lorna Lacey also portraying Princess Elizabeth. Finally, in the 2007 first season of Showtime’s series The Tudors, it was worn by Blathnaid McKeown as Princess Mary.

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About the Costume

This pretty little gown originated with the film Anne of the Thousand Days in 1969, where Amanda Jane Smythe wore it as Princess Elizabeth. In 1972 it was seen in Henry VIII and his Six Wives worn by an uncredited actress playing Princess Mary. In 1995 it was used in a photo for the book William Shakespeare: The Extraordinary Life of the Most Successful Writer of All Time, where it was seen on a model portraying Shakespeare’s granddaughter, Elizabeth. In 2000 the costume was used in the David Starkey Documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen on Saskia Backwell as Princess Elizabeth. In 2003 it was seen in the mini-series Henry VIII on actress Lorna Lacey also portraying Princess Elizabeth. Finally, in the 2007 first season of Showtime’s series The Tudors, it was worn by Blathnaid McKeown as Princess Mary.

This pretty little gown originated with the film Anne of the Thousand Days in 1969, where Amanda Jane Smythe wore it as Princess Elizabeth. In 1972 it was seen in Henry VIII and his Six Wives worn by an uncredited actress playing Princess Mary. In 1995 it was used in a photo for the book William Shakespeare: The Extraordinary Life of the Most Successful Writer of All Time, where it was seen on a model portraying Shakespeare’s granddaughter, Elizabeth. In 2000 the costume was used in the David Starkey Documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen on Saskia Backwell as Princess Elizabeth. In 2003 it was seen in the mini-series Henry VIII on actress Lorna Lacey also portraying Princess Elizabeth. Finally, in the 2007 first season of Showtime’s series The Tudors, it was worn by Blathnaid McKeown as Princess Mary.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Allison
  • Katie S.
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Costume Designer:
  • Margaret Furse

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