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  • Colin Firth as Lord Wessex wearing a green cape in the 1998 film "Shakespeare in Love."
    • Universal Pictures

    Shakespeare In Love

    1998

    Costume seen on Colin Firth as Lord Wessex

  • An extra wearing a green cape in the 2011 film "The King James Bible: The Book that Changed the World."
    • BBC

    The King James Bible: The Book that Changed the World

    2011

    Costume seen on an extra

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This green cape was created for the 1998 movie Shakespeare In Love, where Colin Firth wore it as Lord Wessex. It was later spotted on an extra in the 2011 documentary The King James Bible: The Book that Changed the World.

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This green cape was created for the 1998 movie Shakespeare In Love, where Colin Firth wore it as Lord Wessex. It was later spotted on an extra in the 2011 documentary The King James Bible: The Book that Changed the World.

This green cape was created for the 1998 movie Shakespeare In Love, where Colin Firth wore it as Lord Wessex. It was later spotted on an extra in the 2011 documentary The King James Bible: The Book that Changed the World.

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  1. probably reworn by a courtier in “bill” 2015. the other two costumes shown in the left half of this picture are also recycled. at least i’m very sure about the male costume. it was worn by jonathan rhys meyers in the first season of “the tudors”. the woman’s costume shows astonishingly close similarites to this (http://www.recycledmoviecostumes.com/costume/tudorelizabethan023.html)/#cst-tudorelizabethan023. costume originating from “elizabeth” 1998 except for the colouring of the brown/purple parts and maybe the detailing of the puffed and gathered sleeves. maybe they have been redone? there are plenty more reused costumes in bill i have already recognized. just need to make up my mind where to post them

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  1. probably reworn by a courtier in “bill” 2015. the other two costumes shown in the left half of this picture are also recycled. at least i’m very sure about the male costume. it was worn by jonathan rhys meyers in the first season of “the tudors”. the woman’s costume shows astonishingly close similarites to this (http://www.recycledmoviecostumes.com/costume/tudorelizabethan023.html)/#cst-tudorelizabethan023. costume originating from “elizabeth” 1998 except for the colouring of the brown/purple parts and maybe the detailing of the puffed and gathered sleeves. maybe they have been redone? there are plenty more reused costumes in bill i have already recognized. just need to make up my mind where to post them

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  1. probably reworn by a courtier in “bill” 2015. the other two costumes shown in the left half of this picture are also recycled. at least i’m very sure about the male costume. it was worn by jonathan rhys meyers in the first season of “the tudors”. the woman’s costume shows astonishingly close similarites to this (http://www.recycledmoviecostumes.com/costume/tudorelizabethan023.html)/#cst-tudorelizabethan023. costume originating from “elizabeth” 1998 except for the colouring of the brown/purple parts and maybe the detailing of the puffed and gathered sleeves. maybe they have been redone? there are plenty more reused costumes in bill i have already recognized. just need to make up my mind where to post them

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