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  • Sarah Miles as Emilie wearing a pale green gown in the 1990 film "The Ghost of Monte Carlo."
    • Gainsborough Pictures

    A Ghost in Monte Carlo

    1990

    Costume seen on Sarah Miles as Emilie

  • Annabeth Gish as Anne Hampton wearing a pale green gown in the 1994 mini-series "Scarlett."
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
    • RHI Entertainment

    Scarlett

    1994

    Costume seen on Annabeth Gish as Anne Hampton

  • Anne-Marie Duff as Georgiana Longestaffe wearing a pale green gown in the 2001 mini-series "The Way We Live Now."
    • BBC

    The Way We Live Now

    2001

    Costume seen on Anne-Marie Duff as Georgiana Longstaffe

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This beautiful green gown adorned with lace was first worn by Sarah Miles as Emilie in the 1990 A Ghost in Monte Carlo. In 1994 it was recycled for use in the mini-series Scarlett, where Annabeth Gish wore it as Anne Hampton. In 2001 the lace around the neckline was swapped with different lace, and the lace on the front of the bodice was removed when it was used for Anne-Marie Duff’s portrayal of Georgiana Longstaffe in The Way We Live Now. However, the lace around the skirt remained intact and helps us identify the gown as the same. 

 

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About the Costume

This beautiful green gown adorned with lace was first worn by Sarah Miles as Emilie in the 1990 A Ghost in Monte Carlo. In 1994 it was recycled for use in the mini-series Scarlett, where Annabeth Gish wore it as Anne Hampton. In 2001 the lace around the neckline was swapped with different lace, and the lace on the front of the bodice was removed when it was used for Anne-Marie Duff’s portrayal of Georgiana Longstaffe in The Way We Live Now. However, the lace around the skirt remained intact and helps us identify the gown as the same. 

 

This beautiful green gown adorned with lace was first worn by Sarah Miles as Emilie in the 1990 A Ghost in Monte Carlo. In 1994 it was recycled for use in the mini-series Scarlett, where Annabeth Gish wore it as Anne Hampton. In 2001 the lace around the neckline was swapped with different lace, and the lace on the front of the bodice was removed when it was used for Anne-Marie Duff’s portrayal of Georgiana Longstaffe in The Way We Live Now. However, the lace around the skirt remained intact and helps us identify the gown as the same. 

 

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  1. Sure! 🙂 Thanks to you for making this awesome site, I have so many fun “Oh Em Gee” moments realizing a reused costume staring me at the face 😀

  2. Aweome, thanks so much Paola – you are such a sweetheart to find these great photos for me! Slowly I’ll be getting them updated, so thank you!

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Costume Commentary

  1. Sure! 🙂 Thanks to you for making this awesome site, I have so many fun “Oh Em Gee” moments realizing a reused costume staring me at the face 😀

  2. Aweome, thanks so much Paola – you are such a sweetheart to find these great photos for me! Slowly I’ll be getting them updated, so thank you!

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  1. Sure! 🙂 Thanks to you for making this awesome site, I have so many fun “Oh Em Gee” moments realizing a reused costume staring me at the face 😀

  2. Aweome, thanks so much Paola – you are such a sweetheart to find these great photos for me! Slowly I’ll be getting them updated, so thank you!

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