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  • An extra as a courtier wearing a cream gown with a floral pattern in the 1969 film "Anne of the Thousand Days."
    • Hal Wallis Productions

    Anne of the Thousand Days

    1969

    Costume seen on an extra as a courtier

  • Joan Sims as Queen Marie wearing a cream gown with a floral pattern in the 1971 film "Carry On Henry."
    • The Rank Organization

    Carry On Henry

    1971

    Costume seen on Joan Sims as Queen Marie

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About the Costume

This beautifully embroidered gown was first spotted on an extra in the 1969 film Anne of the Thousand DaysIt’s possible that it originated with this film, but it is also plausible that the costume came from an earlier production. 

The Carry On films are well known to have reused many costumes from earlier productions, and so it is no surprise that this piece was seen again in 1971 by Joan Sims as Queen Marie in Carry on Henry.

It’s possible that the costume was used further after 1971, as auction photos of the piece show an added ribbon around the neckline, as well as a different skirt. 

In 2007, this dress was auctioned off by Bonhams in the auction entitled The Angels Star Collection of Film & TV Costumes, where the piece was described as follows:

A Tudor style dress and matching cape, both being of heavily embroidered patterned fabric, dress with boned bustier, edged with applied gold braid, sleeves revealing heavily embroidered lining and laced back, labeled “Angels & Bermans The Costumiers to the Entertainment Industry.”

 The piece ultimately sold for $1050.

Which Carry On films have you seen? Tell us below!

  

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About the Costume

This beautifully embroidered gown was first spotted on an extra in the 1969 film Anne of the Thousand DaysIt’s possible that it originated with this film, but it is also plausible that the costume came from an earlier production. 

The Carry On films are well known to have reused many costumes from earlier productions, and so it is no surprise that this piece was seen again in 1971 by Joan Sims as Queen Marie in Carry on Henry.

It’s possible that the costume was used further after 1971, as auction photos of the piece show an added ribbon around the neckline, as well as a different skirt. 

In 2007, this dress was auctioned off by Bonhams in the auction entitled The Angels Star Collection of Film & TV Costumes, where the piece was described as follows:

A Tudor style dress and matching cape, both being of heavily embroidered patterned fabric, dress with boned bustier, edged with applied gold braid, sleeves revealing heavily embroidered lining and laced back, labeled “Angels & Bermans The Costumiers to the Entertainment Industry.”

 The piece ultimately sold for $1050.

Which Carry On films have you seen? Tell us below!

  

This beautifully embroidered gown was first spotted on an extra in the 1969 film Anne of the Thousand DaysIt’s possible that it originated with this film, but it is also plausible that the costume came from an earlier production. 

The Carry On films are well known to have reused many costumes from earlier productions, and so it is no surprise that this piece was seen again in 1971 by Joan Sims as Queen Marie in Carry on Henry.

It’s possible that the costume was used further after 1971, as auction photos of the piece show an added ribbon around the neckline, as well as a different skirt. 

In 2007, this dress was auctioned off by Bonhams in the auction entitled The Angels Star Collection of Film & TV Costumes, where the piece was described as follows:

A Tudor style dress and matching cape, both being of heavily embroidered patterned fabric, dress with boned bustier, edged with applied gold braid, sleeves revealing heavily embroidered lining and laced back, labeled “Angels & Bermans The Costumiers to the Entertainment Industry.”

 The piece ultimately sold for $1050.

Which Carry On films have you seen? Tell us below!

  

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