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  • Jessica Benton as Elizabeth Frazer wearing a floral cream dress in the 1971 series "The Onedin Line."
    • BBC

    The Onedin Line

    1971

    Costume seen on Jessica Benton as Elizabeth Frazer

  • Carolyn Keston-Bloom as Therese Strauss wearing a floral cream dress in the 1972 mini-series "The Strauss Family."
    • ITV

    The Strauss Family

    1972

    Costume seen on Carolyn Mayling as Therese

  • Shelia Kelvin as Mary Ann Leigh wearing a floral cream dress in the 1976 mini-series "Dickens of London."
    • Yorkshire Television (YTV)

    Dickens of London

    1976

    Costume seen on Sheila Felvin as Mary Ann Leigh

  • Imelda Staunton as Miss Pole wearing a floral cream dress in the 2007 series "Cranford."
    • BBC

    Cranford

    2007

    Costume seen on Imelda Staunton as Miss Pole

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This fabulous dress was seen in the 1971 television series The Onedin Line, where Jessica Benton wore it as Elizabeth Frazer. The dress appeared the following year in the 1972 production The Strauss Family, where Carolyn Mayling wore it in the role of Therese. In 1976 it was worn by Sheila Felvin as Mary Ann Leigh in Dickens of London. The costume was not seen again for many years, though it almost certainly was in use and just hadn’t been spotted. Finally, in 2007 it was worn by Imelda Staunton as Miss Pole in Cranford. 

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About the Costume

This fabulous dress was seen in the 1971 television series The Onedin Line, where Jessica Benton wore it as Elizabeth Frazer. The dress appeared the following year in the 1972 production The Strauss Family, where Carolyn Mayling wore it in the role of Therese. In 1976 it was worn by Sheila Felvin as Mary Ann Leigh in Dickens of London. The costume was not seen again for many years, though it almost certainly was in use and just hadn’t been spotted. Finally, in 2007 it was worn by Imelda Staunton as Miss Pole in Cranford. 

This fabulous dress was seen in the 1971 television series The Onedin Line, where Jessica Benton wore it as Elizabeth Frazer. The dress appeared the following year in the 1972 production The Strauss Family, where Carolyn Mayling wore it in the role of Therese. In 1976 it was worn by Sheila Felvin as Mary Ann Leigh in Dickens of London. The costume was not seen again for many years, though it almost certainly was in use and just hadn’t been spotted. Finally, in 2007 it was worn by Imelda Staunton as Miss Pole in Cranford. 

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Costume Commentary

  1. Elizabeth Frazer doesn’t wear this costume until the second series of The Onedin Line, which was in 1972. (The image above is from 2.01.)

  2. Are you sure that the color has been altered? In ‘The Onedin Line’ there appears to be less color saturation, and ‘Crandford’ was shot on a ‘Panavision Genesis’ (best camera avalable)

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Costume Commentary

  1. Elizabeth Frazer doesn’t wear this costume until the second series of The Onedin Line, which was in 1972. (The image above is from 2.01.)

  2. Are you sure that the color has been altered? In ‘The Onedin Line’ there appears to be less color saturation, and ‘Crandford’ was shot on a ‘Panavision Genesis’ (best camera avalable)

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  1. Elizabeth Frazer doesn’t wear this costume until the second series of The Onedin Line, which was in 1972. (The image above is from 2.01.)

  2. Are you sure that the color has been altered? In ‘The Onedin Line’ there appears to be less color saturation, and ‘Crandford’ was shot on a ‘Panavision Genesis’ (best camera avalable)

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