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    • BBC

    The Duchess of Duke Street: Lottie's Boy

    1976

    Costume seen on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter

    • ITV

    The Good Soldier

    1981

    Costume seen on Vickery Turner as Florence Dowell

    • Twentieth Century Studios Television

    Helen Keller: The Miracle Continues

    1984

    Costume seen on Mare Winningham as Helen Keller

    • Telepictures Productions
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

    Ellis Island

    1984

    Costume seen on Judi Bowker as Georgie O'Donnell

    • Merchant Ivory Productions

    A Room With A View

    1985

    Costume seen on Helena Bonham Carter as Lucy Honeychurch

    • Sullivan Entertainment

    Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel)

    1987

    Costume seen on Megan Follows as Anne Shirley

    • Sullivan Entertainment

    Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel)

    1987

    Costume seen on Kate Lynch as Pauline Harris

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About the Costume

Gemma Jones first wore this beautifully embroidered blouse in the role of Louisa Trotter in the 1976 episode of The Duchess of Duke Street entitled Lottie’s Boy. 1981 saw the costume worn again, this time by Vickery Turner as Florence Dowell in The Good Soldier. In 1984, Mare Winningham wore it in the title role of Hellen Keller: The Miracle Continues. Judi Bowker used it that same year as Georgie O’Donnell in Ellis Island. Most famously, Helena Bonham Carter went on to wear the blouse as Lucy Honeychurch in the 1985 film A Room With a View. In 1987 the costume was used twice in Anne of Avonlea, first by Megan Follows as Anne, as well as by Kate Lynch as Pauline Harris.

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About the Costume

Gemma Jones first wore this beautifully embroidered blouse in the role of Louisa Trotter in the 1976 episode of The Duchess of Duke Street entitled Lottie’s Boy. 1981 saw the costume worn again, this time by Vickery Turner as Florence Dowell in The Good Soldier. In 1984, Mare Winningham wore it in the title role of Hellen Keller: The Miracle Continues. Judi Bowker used it that same year as Georgie O’Donnell in Ellis Island. Most famously, Helena Bonham Carter went on to wear the blouse as Lucy Honeychurch in the 1985 film A Room With a View. In 1987 the costume was used twice in Anne of Avonlea, first by Megan Follows as Anne, as well as by Kate Lynch as Pauline Harris.

Gemma Jones first wore this beautifully embroidered blouse in the role of Louisa Trotter in the 1976 episode of The Duchess of Duke Street entitled Lottie’s Boy. 1981 saw the costume worn again, this time by Vickery Turner as Florence Dowell in The Good Soldier. In 1984, Mare Winningham wore it in the title role of Hellen Keller: The Miracle Continues. Judi Bowker used it that same year as Georgie O’Donnell in Ellis Island. Most famously, Helena Bonham Carter went on to wear the blouse as Lucy Honeychurch in the 1985 film A Room With a View. In 1987 the costume was used twice in Anne of Avonlea, first by Megan Follows as Anne, as well as by Kate Lynch as Pauline Harris.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • James
  • Meredith
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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Costume Designer:
  • Betty Aldiss

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