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  • An actor in the theater troupe wearing an orange tunic in the 1998 film "Shakespeare in Love."
    • Universal Pictures
    • Miramax

    Shakespeare In Love

    1998

    Costume seen on an actor in the theatre troupe

  • David Oakes as George Duke of Clarence wearing an orange tunic in the 2013 mini-series "The White Queen."
    • BBC

    The White Queen

    2013

    Costume seen on David Oakes as George, Duke of Clarence

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This beautiful bright orange costume was first worn in the 1998 film Shakespeare In Love by a member of the theater troupe. It was worn again in 2013 by David Oakes as George, Duke of Clarence in The White Queen.

 

 

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About the Costume

This beautiful bright orange costume was first worn in the 1998 film Shakespeare In Love by a member of the theater troupe. It was worn again in 2013 by David Oakes as George, Duke of Clarence in The White Queen.

 

 

This beautiful bright orange costume was first worn in the 1998 film Shakespeare In Love by a member of the theater troupe. It was worn again in 2013 by David Oakes as George, Duke of Clarence in The White Queen.

 

 

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Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
Photos provided by:
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  • Julia Spicer
  • justprosper
  • Gabriela
Costume Designer:
  • Sandy Powell

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  1. Hey I got another costume from “The White Queen” that was reused. This costume first appeared on Max Irons as Edward lV in the show and it was later reused in the 2015 documentary “Richard lll: The Princes in the tower” on John Garnon as the Duke of Buckingham. Sorry I didn’t get good pics for this costume.

  2. The actor in “Shakespeare in Love”… could he be Gregor Truter as James Hemmings (who plays Tybalt later)?

    And behold the same costume in “The Star of Lancaster”, by Jean Plaidy (book from 1981, e-issue from 2009)

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Costume Commentary

  1. Hey I got another costume from “The White Queen” that was reused. This costume first appeared on Max Irons as Edward lV in the show and it was later reused in the 2015 documentary “Richard lll: The Princes in the tower” on John Garnon as the Duke of Buckingham. Sorry I didn’t get good pics for this costume.

  2. The actor in “Shakespeare in Love”… could he be Gregor Truter as James Hemmings (who plays Tybalt later)?

    And behold the same costume in “The Star of Lancaster”, by Jean Plaidy (book from 1981, e-issue from 2009)

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Costume Commentary

  1. Hey I got another costume from “The White Queen” that was reused. This costume first appeared on Max Irons as Edward lV in the show and it was later reused in the 2015 documentary “Richard lll: The Princes in the tower” on John Garnon as the Duke of Buckingham. Sorry I didn’t get good pics for this costume.

  2. The actor in “Shakespeare in Love”… could he be Gregor Truter as James Hemmings (who plays Tybalt later)?

    And behold the same costume in “The Star of Lancaster”, by Jean Plaidy (book from 1981, e-issue from 2009)

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