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  • Drew Barrymore as Danielle wearing a dark red gown in the 1998 film "Ever After."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac

  • Sarah Hadland as Catherine Basikobitcz wearing a dark red gown in the episode "Bewitched, Bothered and Belittled" in the 2016 series "Galavant."
    • ABC Signature

    Galavant: Bewitched, Bothered and Belittled

    2016

    Costume seen on Sarah Hadland as Catherine

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About the Costume

Jenny Beavan was responsible for costuming the 1998 film Ever After, and many pieces from the production have gone on to be used in other films and television shows over the years. This particular costume, which Drew Barrymore first wore as Danielle de Barbarac, went on to be used in the 2016 second season of ABC’s Galavant, where Sarah Hadland wore it as Catherine in the episode entitled Bewitched, Bothered and Belittled.

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About the Costume

Jenny Beavan was responsible for costuming the 1998 film Ever After, and many pieces from the production have gone on to be used in other films and television shows over the years. This particular costume, which Drew Barrymore first wore as Danielle de Barbarac, went on to be used in the 2016 second season of ABC’s Galavant, where Sarah Hadland wore it as Catherine in the episode entitled Bewitched, Bothered and Belittled.

Jenny Beavan was responsible for costuming the 1998 film Ever After, and many pieces from the production have gone on to be used in other films and television shows over the years. This particular costume, which Drew Barrymore first wore as Danielle de Barbarac, went on to be used in the 2016 second season of ABC’s Galavant, where Sarah Hadland wore it as Catherine in the episode entitled Bewitched, Bothered and Belittled.

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