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  • Barbara Murray as Madame Max Goesler wearing a purple and black Edwardian dress in the 1974 mini-series "The Pallisers."
    • BBC

    The Pallisers

    1974

    Costume seen on Barbara Murray as Madame Max Goesler

  • Georgina Cookson as Baroness Rothschild wearing a purple and black Edwardian dress in the episode "Dizzy" of the 1983 mini-series "Number 10."
    • ITV

    Number 10: Dizzy

    1983

    Costume seen on Georgina Cookson as Baroness Rothschild

  • Sheila Hancock as the Dowager Duchess of Trevenick wearing a purple and black Edwardian dress in the 1995 mini-series "The Buccaneers."
    • BBC

    The Buccaneers

    1995

    Costume seen on Sheila Hancock as the Dowager Duchess of Trevenick

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About the Costume

Barbara Murray initially wore this elegant Edwardian costume as Madame Max Goesler in The Pallisers, a 1974 television adaptation of a series of novels by Anthony Trollope. The 1983 series Number 10 recycled the piece for the episode Dizzy, where Georgina Cookson wore it as Baroness Rothschild. 1995 would see the dress appear again, this time being worn by Sheila Hancock as the Dowager Duchess of Trevenick in the mini-series The Buccaneers.

 

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About the Costume

Barbara Murray initially wore this elegant Edwardian costume as Madame Max Goesler in The Pallisers, a 1974 television adaptation of a series of novels by Anthony Trollope. The 1983 series Number 10 recycled the piece for the episode Dizzy, where Georgina Cookson wore it as Baroness Rothschild. 1995 would see the dress appear again, this time being worn by Sheila Hancock as the Dowager Duchess of Trevenick in the mini-series The Buccaneers.

 

Barbara Murray initially wore this elegant Edwardian costume as Madame Max Goesler in The Pallisers, a 1974 television adaptation of a series of novels by Anthony Trollope. The 1983 series Number 10 recycled the piece for the episode Dizzy, where Georgina Cookson wore it as Baroness Rothschild. 1995 would see the dress appear again, this time being worn by Sheila Hancock as the Dowager Duchess of Trevenick in the mini-series The Buccaneers.

 

Credits

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Costume Designer:
  • Raymond Hughes

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