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  • Stewart Granger as Thomas Seymour wearing a beige slashed tunic in the 1953 film "Young Bess."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Young Bess

    1953

    Costume seen on Stewart Granger as Thomas Seymour

  • Sean McClory as as Count Michel Montgomery wearing a beige slashed tunic in the 1956 film "Diane."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Diane

    1956

    Costume seen on Sean McClory as Count Michel Montgomery

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About the Costume

The slashed doublet worn by Stewart Granger in the 1953 film Young Bess was designed by MGM costume designer Walter Plunkett. Interestingly, the doublet was reused in the 1956 film Diane by Sean McClory as Count Michel Montgomery. Today, it is owned by Larry McQueen of the Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design. McQueen describes the piece as:

Period tunic of beige suede, quilting at yoke and cap sleeve, cut work on sleeve, underlining of sleeves of beige linen, trimmed at cuff with beige cotton and brown crochet. METRO-GOLDWYN MAYER label which reads [ST. GRANGER 1604 2299].

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About the Costume

The slashed doublet worn by Stewart Granger in the 1953 film Young Bess was designed by MGM costume designer Walter Plunkett. Interestingly, the doublet was reused in the 1956 film Diane by Sean McClory as Count Michel Montgomery. Today, it is owned by Larry McQueen of the Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design. McQueen describes the piece as:

Period tunic of beige suede, quilting at yoke and cap sleeve, cut work on sleeve, underlining of sleeves of beige linen, trimmed at cuff with beige cotton and brown crochet. METRO-GOLDWYN MAYER label which reads [ST. GRANGER 1604 2299].

The slashed doublet worn by Stewart Granger in the 1953 film Young Bess was designed by MGM costume designer Walter Plunkett. Interestingly, the doublet was reused in the 1956 film Diane by Sean McClory as Count Michel Montgomery. Today, it is owned by Larry McQueen of the Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design. McQueen describes the piece as:

Period tunic of beige suede, quilting at yoke and cap sleeve, cut work on sleeve, underlining of sleeves of beige linen, trimmed at cuff with beige cotton and brown crochet. METRO-GOLDWYN MAYER label which reads [ST. GRANGER 1604 2299].

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  • Walter Plunkett

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