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  • Basil Rathbone as Sir Ravenhurst wearing a purple and black doublet in the 1955 film "The Court Jester."
    • Paramount Pictures

    The Court Jester

    1955

    Costume seen on Basil Rathbone as Sir Ravenhurst

  • Guy Rolfe as Count Oga wearing a purple and black doublet in the 1961 film "Snow White and the Three Stooges."
    • Twentieth Century Studios
    • Chanford Productions

    Snow White and the Three Stooges

    1961

    Costume seen on Guy Rolfe as Count Oga

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About the Costume

This purple doublet is an excellent example of how costumes are altered and adapted for new productions. 

The costume likely originated with the 1955 film The Court Jester, where Basil Rathbone wore it as Sir Ravenhurst, though it is possible that it came from an earlier production, as The Court Jester did recycle some of its costumes.

The piece was used again in the 1961 film Snow White and the Three Stooges, where Guy Rolfe wore it as Count Oga. The costume underwent alterations to give it the look of having slashed sleeves.

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About the Costume

This purple doublet is an excellent example of how costumes are altered and adapted for new productions. 

The costume likely originated with the 1955 film The Court Jester, where Basil Rathbone wore it as Sir Ravenhurst, though it is possible that it came from an earlier production, as The Court Jester did recycle some of its costumes.

The piece was used again in the 1961 film Snow White and the Three Stooges, where Guy Rolfe wore it as Count Oga. The costume underwent alterations to give it the look of having slashed sleeves.

This purple doublet is an excellent example of how costumes are altered and adapted for new productions. 

The costume likely originated with the 1955 film The Court Jester, where Basil Rathbone wore it as Sir Ravenhurst, though it is possible that it came from an earlier production, as The Court Jester did recycle some of its costumes.

The piece was used again in the 1961 film Snow White and the Three Stooges, where Guy Rolfe wore it as Count Oga. The costume underwent alterations to give it the look of having slashed sleeves.

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