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  • Romy Schneider as Queen Victoria wearing a blue dressing gown and pale blue nightgown in the 1954 film "Madchenjahre einer Konigin (The Story of Vickie)."
    • Erma-Film Sascha
    • Filmverleih

    Mädchenjahre einer Königin (The Story of Vicky)

    1954

    Costume seen on Romy Schneider as Queen Victoria

  • Romy Schneider as Sissi, Empress Elisabeth of Austria wearing a blue dressing gown and pale blue nightgown in the 1955 film "Sissi."
    • Erma-Film Sascha
    • Filmverleih

    Sissi

    1955

    Costume seen on Romy Schneider as Sissi, Empress Elisabeth of Austria

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This blue dressing gown and blue night gown is a great example of the same actress wearing the same costume in more than one production. It was first used in the 1954 film Mädchenjahre einer Königin known in English as The Story of Vickie, based on the play Victoria in Dover.  It was worn by Romy Schneider as Queen Victoria. The following year it was reused again on Romy Schneider, but this time as Sissi, Empress Elisabeth of Austria in Sissi. Both movies were directed by Ernst Marischka.

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About the Costume

This blue dressing gown and blue night gown is a great example of the same actress wearing the same costume in more than one production. It was first used in the 1954 film Mädchenjahre einer Königin known in English as The Story of Vickie, based on the play Victoria in Dover.  It was worn by Romy Schneider as Queen Victoria. The following year it was reused again on Romy Schneider, but this time as Sissi, Empress Elisabeth of Austria in Sissi. Both movies were directed by Ernst Marischka.

This blue dressing gown and blue night gown is a great example of the same actress wearing the same costume in more than one production. It was first used in the 1954 film Mädchenjahre einer Königin known in English as The Story of Vickie, based on the play Victoria in Dover.  It was worn by Romy Schneider as Queen Victoria. The following year it was reused again on Romy Schneider, but this time as Sissi, Empress Elisabeth of Austria in Sissi. Both movies were directed by Ernst Marischka.

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