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  • An extra as a courtier wearing a black and gray gown in the 1971 mini-series "Elizabeth R."
    • BBC

    Elizabeth R

    1971

    Costume seen on an extra as a courtier

  • An extra as a courtier wearing a black and gray gown in the 1971 film "Mary, Queen of Scots."
    • Universal Pictures
    • Hal Wallis Productions

    Mary, Queen of Scots

    1971

    Costume seen on an extra as a courtier

  • Elvira Stevenson as the Queen of Spain wearing a black and gray gown in the 1998 film "Ever After."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on Elvira Stevenson as the Queen of Spain

  • Marsha Fitzalan as the Duchess of Norfolk wearing a black and gray gown in the 2003 mini-series "Henry VIII."
    • Granada Television

    Henry VIII

    2003

    Costume seen on Marsha Fitzalan as the Duchess of Norfolk

  • Maria Doyle Kennedy as Katharine of Aragon wearing a black and gray gown in the 2008 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2008

    Costume seen on Maria Doyle Kennedy as Katharine of Aragon

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About the Costume

This costume has been used in five productions over several decades. It was worn twice by extras playing courtiers in 1971, once for the television series Elizabeth R and once for the film Mary, Queen of Scots. It was then seen more than two decades later in the 1998 film Ever After, where Elvira Stevenson wore it as the Queen of Spain. In 2003 the piece was spotted on Marsha Fitzalan as the Duchess of Norfolk in Henry VIII. Its latest appearance was in an episode of The Tudors in 2008 when Maria Doyle Kennedy wore it as Katharine of Aragon.

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About the Costume

This costume has been used in five productions over several decades. It was worn twice by extras playing courtiers in 1971, once for the television series Elizabeth R and once for the film Mary, Queen of Scots. It was then seen more than two decades later in the 1998 film Ever After, where Elvira Stevenson wore it as the Queen of Spain. In 2003 the piece was spotted on Marsha Fitzalan as the Duchess of Norfolk in Henry VIII. Its latest appearance was in an episode of The Tudors in 2008 when Maria Doyle Kennedy wore it as Katharine of Aragon.

This costume has been used in five productions over several decades. It was worn twice by extras playing courtiers in 1971, once for the television series Elizabeth R and once for the film Mary, Queen of Scots. It was then seen more than two decades later in the 1998 film Ever After, where Elvira Stevenson wore it as the Queen of Spain. In 2003 the piece was spotted on Marsha Fitzalan as the Duchess of Norfolk in Henry VIII. Its latest appearance was in an episode of The Tudors in 2008 when Maria Doyle Kennedy wore it as Katharine of Aragon.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
  • Mim
Photos provided by:
  • Katie S.
  • Mim
  • JuliaSpicer
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Elizabeth Waller

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  1. Perhaps, but only perhaps, the Duchess of Norfolk’s necklace could be also worn by Maria Doyle Kennedy as Catherine of Aragon, and it appears in the cover of “The King’s Concubine” (Anne O’Brien)…

    Any thoughts?

  2. I believe Elizabeth R was shot first. I’ve found serveral articles talking about Glenda Jackson reprising her role as Elizabeth I for “Mary Queen of Scots”. It’s listed on the imdb like that as well.

    anna

  3. That green and gold turban in the above image from Ever After also appears on Annabel Brooks as Lady Neville in Princess Caraboo (1994), and in The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (2001) on Jacqueline Tong as Mrs. Crummles.

  4. I think you’re correct, Anna. According to a book commemorating the 25th anniversary of Masterpiece Theatre, 200 dresses were made especially for Glenda Jackson for Elizabeth R, (O’Flaherty, p. 30).

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Costume Commentary

  1. Perhaps, but only perhaps, the Duchess of Norfolk’s necklace could be also worn by Maria Doyle Kennedy as Catherine of Aragon, and it appears in the cover of “The King’s Concubine” (Anne O’Brien)…

    Any thoughts?

  2. I believe Elizabeth R was shot first. I’ve found serveral articles talking about Glenda Jackson reprising her role as Elizabeth I for “Mary Queen of Scots”. It’s listed on the imdb like that as well.

    anna

  3. That green and gold turban in the above image from Ever After also appears on Annabel Brooks as Lady Neville in Princess Caraboo (1994), and in The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (2001) on Jacqueline Tong as Mrs. Crummles.

  4. I think you’re correct, Anna. According to a book commemorating the 25th anniversary of Masterpiece Theatre, 200 dresses were made especially for Glenda Jackson for Elizabeth R, (O’Flaherty, p. 30).

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