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  • Valerie Gearon as Mary Boleyn wearing a green gown in the 1969 film "Anne of the Thousand Days."
    • Universal Pictures
    • Hal Wallis Productions

    Anne of the Thousand Days

    1969

    Costume seen on Valerie Gearon as Mary Boleyn

  • An uncredited extra as a lady in waiting wearing a green gown in the 1971 mini-series "Elizabeth R."
    • BBC

    Elizabeth R

    1971

    Costume seen on an uncredited extra as a lady in waiting

  • Francis White as a courtier wearing a green gown in the 1971 film "Mary, Queen of Scots."
    • Universal Pictures
    • Hal Wallis Productions

    Mary, Queen of Scots

    1971

    Costume seen on Frances White as a courtier

  • An extra as a lady in waiting wearing a green gown in the 1979 film "The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eighth."
    • BBC

    Shakespeare's Henry VIII

    1979

    Costume seen on an extra as a lady in waiting

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About the Costume

This lovely gown was designed by Margaret Furse, whose creations for the 1969 movie Anne of the Thousand Days won an Oscar for best costume design.

This piece was worn by Valerie Gearon in the role of Mary Boleyn, and then again in 1971 in the excellent mini-series Elizabeth R, where it was worn slightly altered with a neck ruff and new trimming around the bodice by an uncredited extra playing as a lady in waiting. The third time it was seen was on Frances White as a courtier in the 1971 film Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary, Queen of Scots also had costumes by Margaret Furse, and she used several of her creations from Anne of the Thousand Days in the production. The gown was further altered, giving it a different, even more elaborate neck ruff. The dress made a fourth appearance in the 1979 filming of Shakespeare’s Henry VIII, where it was worn by an extra as a lady in waiting. The previous alterations appear to have been removed, returning to its original form seen in Anne of the Thousand Days.

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About the Costume

This lovely gown was designed by Margaret Furse, whose creations for the 1969 movie Anne of the Thousand Days won an Oscar for best costume design.

This piece was worn by Valerie Gearon in the role of Mary Boleyn, and then again in 1971 in the excellent mini-series Elizabeth R, where it was worn slightly altered with a neck ruff and new trimming around the bodice by an uncredited extra playing as a lady in waiting. The third time it was seen was on Frances White as a courtier in the 1971 film Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary, Queen of Scots also had costumes by Margaret Furse, and she used several of her creations from Anne of the Thousand Days in the production. The gown was further altered, giving it a different, even more elaborate neck ruff. The dress made a fourth appearance in the 1979 filming of Shakespeare’s Henry VIII, where it was worn by an extra as a lady in waiting. The previous alterations appear to have been removed, returning to its original form seen in Anne of the Thousand Days.

This lovely gown was designed by Margaret Furse, whose creations for the 1969 movie Anne of the Thousand Days won an Oscar for best costume design.

This piece was worn by Valerie Gearon in the role of Mary Boleyn, and then again in 1971 in the excellent mini-series Elizabeth R, where it was worn slightly altered with a neck ruff and new trimming around the bodice by an uncredited extra playing as a lady in waiting. The third time it was seen was on Frances White as a courtier in the 1971 film Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary, Queen of Scots also had costumes by Margaret Furse, and she used several of her creations from Anne of the Thousand Days in the production. The gown was further altered, giving it a different, even more elaborate neck ruff. The dress made a fourth appearance in the 1979 filming of Shakespeare’s Henry VIII, where it was worn by an extra as a lady in waiting. The previous alterations appear to have been removed, returning to its original form seen in Anne of the Thousand Days.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Daniel
  • Mim
  • Katie S.
Photos provided by:
  • Daniel
  • Mim
  • Katie S.
  • da
  • JuliaSpicer
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Margaret Furse

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Costume Commentary

  1. The uncredited extra from “Mary Queen of Scots” is Frances White, who played Julia in “I, Claudius” and also spent some years in a supporting role on “May to December”.

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Costume Commentary

  1. The uncredited extra from “Mary Queen of Scots” is Frances White, who played Julia in “I, Claudius” and also spent some years in a supporting role on “May to December”.

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  1. The uncredited extra from “Mary Queen of Scots” is Frances White, who played Julia in “I, Claudius” and also spent some years in a supporting role on “May to December”.

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