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  • Robert Shaw as King Henry VIII wearing an orange and yellow damask coat lined with fur in the 1966 film "A Man for All Seasons."
    • Columbia Pictures

    A Man for All Seasons

    1966

    Costume seen on Robert Shaw as King Henry VIII

  • Vincent Price as Lord Edward Whitman wearing an orange and yellow damask coat lined with fur in the 1970 film "Cry of the Banshee."
    • American International Pictures (AIP)
    • MGM Home Entertainment

    Cry of the Banshee

    1970

    Costume seen on Vincent Price as Lord Edward Whitman

  • Sidney James as King Henry VIII wearing an orange and yellow damask coat lined with fur in the 1971 film "Carry On Henry."
    • The Rank Organisation

    Carry On Henry

    1971

    Costume seen on Sidney James as King Henry VIII

  • Harry Andrews as Hartford wearing an orange and yellow damask coat lined with fur in the 1977 film "Crossed Swords."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Crossed Swords

    1977

    Costume seen on Harry Andrews as Hertford

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About the Costume

This orange and yellow damask coat, lined in fur, was created for the wonderful 1966 adaptation of A Man for All Seasons, where Robert Shaw wore it as the larger-than-life King Henry VIII. 

The piece was used again several times – first by none other than Vincent Price as Lord Edward Whitman in the 1970 film Cry of the Banshee, followed by Sidney James as King Henry VIII the following year in Carry On Henry. In 1977 it was spotted on Harry Andrews as Hertford in the 1977 adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper, entitled Crossed Swords.

 

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About the Costume

This orange and yellow damask coat, lined in fur, was created for the wonderful 1966 adaptation of A Man for All Seasons, where Robert Shaw wore it as the larger-than-life King Henry VIII. 

The piece was used again several times – first by none other than Vincent Price as Lord Edward Whitman in the 1970 film Cry of the Banshee, followed by Sidney James as King Henry VIII the following year in Carry On Henry. In 1977 it was spotted on Harry Andrews as Hertford in the 1977 adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper, entitled Crossed Swords.

 

This orange and yellow damask coat, lined in fur, was created for the wonderful 1966 adaptation of A Man for All Seasons, where Robert Shaw wore it as the larger-than-life King Henry VIII. 

The piece was used again several times – first by none other than Vincent Price as Lord Edward Whitman in the 1970 film Cry of the Banshee, followed by Sidney James as King Henry VIII the following year in Carry On Henry. In 1977 it was spotted on Harry Andrews as Hertford in the 1977 adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper, entitled Crossed Swords.

 

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  • Katie S.
Costume Designer:
  • Joan Bridge
  • Elizabeth Haffenden

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