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  • Sheila Allen as Princess Mary wearing a white and black gown in the 1962 film "The Prince and the Pauper."
    • Walt Disney Pictures

    The Prince and the Pauper

    1962

    Costume seen on Sheila Allen as Princess Mary

  • An extra wearing a white and black gown in the 1977 film "Crossed Swords."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Crossed Swords

    1977

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Caroline Lintott as Kathryn Parr wearing a white and black gown in the 2001 mini-series "The Six Wives of Henry VIII."
    • Channel 4 Television Corporation

    The Six Wives of Henry VIII

    2001

    Costume seen on Caroline Lintott as Kathryn Parr

  • Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves wearing a white and black gown in the 2003 mini-series "Henry VIII."
    • Granada Television

    Henry VIII

    2003

    Costume seen on Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves

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About the Costume

This lovely gown was first seen in the 1962 film The Prince and the Pauper, where Sheila Allen wore it as Princess Mary. This gown was likely designed by Margaret Furse and probably originated with this production. The costume was seen again in Crossed Swords in 1977 on an extra. In 2001 it was worn by Caroline Lintott as Kathryn Parr in the David Starkey documentary The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Finally, in 2003 it was used again by Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves in Henry VIII.

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About the Costume

This lovely gown was first seen in the 1962 film The Prince and the Pauper, where Sheila Allen wore it as Princess Mary. This gown was likely designed by Margaret Furse and probably originated with this production. The costume was seen again in Crossed Swords in 1977 on an extra. In 2001 it was worn by Caroline Lintott as Kathryn Parr in the David Starkey documentary The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Finally, in 2003 it was used again by Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves in Henry VIII.

This lovely gown was first seen in the 1962 film The Prince and the Pauper, where Sheila Allen wore it as Princess Mary. This gown was likely designed by Margaret Furse and probably originated with this production. The costume was seen again in Crossed Swords in 1977 on an extra. In 2001 it was worn by Caroline Lintott as Kathryn Parr in the David Starkey documentary The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Finally, in 2003 it was used again by Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves in Henry VIII.

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