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  • Nyree Dawn Porter as Irene wearing a striped dress in the 1967 mini-series "The Forsyte Saga."
    • BBC

    The Forsyte Saga

    1967

    Costume seen on Nyree Dawn Porter as Irene Forsyte

  • Jenny Hanley as Sarah Framsen wearing a blue and white striped dress in the 1970 film "Scars of Dracula."
    • EMI Films
    • Hammer Films

    Scars of Dracula

    1970

    Costume seen on Jenny Hanley as Sarah Framsen

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This striped gown was first worn by Nyree Dawn Porter as Irene Forsyte in the 1967 mini-series The Forsyte Saga. It was used a second time in 1970’s Scars of Dracula, where it was worn by Jenny Hanley as Sarah Framsen.

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About the Costume

This striped gown was first worn by Nyree Dawn Porter as Irene Forsyte in the 1967 mini-series The Forsyte Saga. It was used a second time in 1970’s Scars of Dracula, where it was worn by Jenny Hanley as Sarah Framsen.

This striped gown was first worn by Nyree Dawn Porter as Irene Forsyte in the 1967 mini-series The Forsyte Saga. It was used a second time in 1970’s Scars of Dracula, where it was worn by Jenny Hanley as Sarah Framsen.

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Costume Designer:
  • Joan Ellacott

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    •  Oh yeah, that is absolutely the same dress. Great catch.  And I’ve never heard of that film – I will have to check it out. Thank you!

  1. i am sure this is the same dress look at the pleats on the skirt and I have seen colour pictures of Nyree Dawn Porter in the dress and it is blue and white stripes

  2. I’ve never seen the Dracula film, so I can’t comment on that costume. But I’m currently watching Forsyte and I can assure you that the dress is made of striped fabric. I’d want to see more angles of the Dracula costume before ruling it out.

  3. I have to agree with Anna. The older dress is a two piece and I am not convinced that I see a waist seam on the newer dress. I think there is just a shared style on the bodice styling, but not te same dress.

  4. I don’t think this is the same costume. There’s a resemblance in the triangular area below a wide collar, but compare the size of the collar, the size of the triangular area, the trim on the collar and triangle, and the cuffs.

  5. is that really the same dress? or is it two dresses after the very same cut?? or is it even a inside-out-dress? because one seems to be white, tha other light blue striped. one collar has black trimmings, the other hasn’t.

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Costume Commentary

    •  Oh yeah, that is absolutely the same dress. Great catch.  And I’ve never heard of that film – I will have to check it out. Thank you!

  1. i am sure this is the same dress look at the pleats on the skirt and I have seen colour pictures of Nyree Dawn Porter in the dress and it is blue and white stripes

  2. I’ve never seen the Dracula film, so I can’t comment on that costume. But I’m currently watching Forsyte and I can assure you that the dress is made of striped fabric. I’d want to see more angles of the Dracula costume before ruling it out.

  3. I have to agree with Anna. The older dress is a two piece and I am not convinced that I see a waist seam on the newer dress. I think there is just a shared style on the bodice styling, but not te same dress.

  4. I don’t think this is the same costume. There’s a resemblance in the triangular area below a wide collar, but compare the size of the collar, the size of the triangular area, the trim on the collar and triangle, and the cuffs.

  5. is that really the same dress? or is it two dresses after the very same cut?? or is it even a inside-out-dress? because one seems to be white, tha other light blue striped. one collar has black trimmings, the other hasn’t.

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    •  Oh yeah, that is absolutely the same dress. Great catch.  And I’ve never heard of that film – I will have to check it out. Thank you!

  1. i am sure this is the same dress look at the pleats on the skirt and I have seen colour pictures of Nyree Dawn Porter in the dress and it is blue and white stripes

  2. I’ve never seen the Dracula film, so I can’t comment on that costume. But I’m currently watching Forsyte and I can assure you that the dress is made of striped fabric. I’d want to see more angles of the Dracula costume before ruling it out.

  3. I have to agree with Anna. The older dress is a two piece and I am not convinced that I see a waist seam on the newer dress. I think there is just a shared style on the bodice styling, but not te same dress.

  4. I don’t think this is the same costume. There’s a resemblance in the triangular area below a wide collar, but compare the size of the collar, the size of the triangular area, the trim on the collar and triangle, and the cuffs.

  5. is that really the same dress? or is it two dresses after the very same cut?? or is it even a inside-out-dress? because one seems to be white, tha other light blue striped. one collar has black trimmings, the other hasn’t.

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