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  • Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn wearing a white gown in the 1969 film "Anne of the Thousand Days."
    • Hal Wallis Productions

    Anne of the Thousand Days

    1969

    Costume seen on Geneviève Bujold as Anne Boleyn

  • Cover of the 2010 edition of the novel "De erfenis van de Boleyn's (The Boleyn Inheritance)" by Philippa Gregory.
    • Meulenhoff Boekerij

    De erfenis van de Boleyns (The Boleyn Inheritance)

    2010 cover of a 2006 book

    Costume seen on the cover of a Philippa Gregory Novel

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This dress was first worn by actress Geneviève Bujold as Anne Boleyn in the 1969 film Anne of the Thousand Days. The dress was then used for the 2010 Dutch cover of a re-issue of Philippa Gregory’s 2006 novel The Boleyn Inheritance. It appears that the book simply used a screencap from the film itself and did some photoshopping to give it a different look.

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About the Costume

This dress was first worn by actress Geneviève Bujold as Anne Boleyn in the 1969 film Anne of the Thousand Days. The dress was then used for the 2010 Dutch cover of a re-issue of Philippa Gregory’s 2006 novel The Boleyn Inheritance. It appears that the book simply used a screencap from the film itself and did some photoshopping to give it a different look.

This dress was first worn by actress Geneviève Bujold as Anne Boleyn in the 1969 film Anne of the Thousand Days. The dress was then used for the 2010 Dutch cover of a re-issue of Philippa Gregory’s 2006 novel The Boleyn Inheritance. It appears that the book simply used a screencap from the film itself and did some photoshopping to give it a different look.

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  1. This kind of things are seen very often… To take a picture and use it to illustrate a book cover. But at least, here, with “The Boleyn Inheritance”, they chose a dress from the right period of time… And I say it because I found another example. Check:

    It is the Hungarian edition of a book by Philippa Gregory, David Baldwin and Michael Jones, called “The Women of the Cousins’ War: The Duchess, the Queen and the King’s Mother” (Hungarian title: “Asszonyok a Rózsák háborújában”)…

    My point is that the book is about the War of the Roses, and they took a Victorian dress to illustrate the cover when it doesn’t even belong to the historical period of that war, but nearly two centuries later …

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Costume Commentary

  1. This kind of things are seen very often… To take a picture and use it to illustrate a book cover. But at least, here, with “The Boleyn Inheritance”, they chose a dress from the right period of time… And I say it because I found another example. Check:

    It is the Hungarian edition of a book by Philippa Gregory, David Baldwin and Michael Jones, called “The Women of the Cousins’ War: The Duchess, the Queen and the King’s Mother” (Hungarian title: “Asszonyok a Rózsák háborújában”)…

    My point is that the book is about the War of the Roses, and they took a Victorian dress to illustrate the cover when it doesn’t even belong to the historical period of that war, but nearly two centuries later …

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  1. This kind of things are seen very often… To take a picture and use it to illustrate a book cover. But at least, here, with “The Boleyn Inheritance”, they chose a dress from the right period of time… And I say it because I found another example. Check:

    It is the Hungarian edition of a book by Philippa Gregory, David Baldwin and Michael Jones, called “The Women of the Cousins’ War: The Duchess, the Queen and the King’s Mother” (Hungarian title: “Asszonyok a Rózsák háborújában”)…

    My point is that the book is about the War of the Roses, and they took a Victorian dress to illustrate the cover when it doesn’t even belong to the historical period of that war, but nearly two centuries later …

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