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  • Meredith Baxter as Meg March wearing a gray and white striped dress in the 1978 mini-series "Little Women."
    • Universal Television

    Little Women

    1978

    Costume seen on Meredith Baxter as Meg March

  • Olivia Cole as Mum Sally wearing a gray and white striped dress in the 1985 mini-series "North and South."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
    • Warner Bros. Television

    North and South

    1985

    Costume seen on Olivia Cole as Maum Sally

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This gown was first seen in the 1978 television series Little Women, where it was worn by Meredith Baxter as Meg March. The dress would be worn again, this time by the actress Olivia Cole as Maum Sally in 1985’s North and South.

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This gown was first seen in the 1978 television series Little Women, where it was worn by Meredith Baxter as Meg March. The dress would be worn again, this time by the actress Olivia Cole as Maum Sally in 1985’s North and South.

This gown was first seen in the 1978 television series Little Women, where it was worn by Meredith Baxter as Meg March. The dress would be worn again, this time by the actress Olivia Cole as Maum Sally in 1985’s North and South.

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  1. Virginia Gregg as Hannah wears this costume in the same version of Little Women. I think there was a little costume-sharing on this production. Perhaps they hoped viewers wouldn’t notice? Hannah wears this dress in two scenes (when Aunt March comes to Orchard House before Marmee leaves for Washington, and for Meg’s wedding); Meg wears it for the proposal scene (which occurs between Hannah’s two scenes wearing it). Incidentally, I was excited to see the credits listed Edith Head as costume designer.

    P.S. You can watch this version on free Hulu.

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Costume Commentary

  1. Virginia Gregg as Hannah wears this costume in the same version of Little Women. I think there was a little costume-sharing on this production. Perhaps they hoped viewers wouldn’t notice? Hannah wears this dress in two scenes (when Aunt March comes to Orchard House before Marmee leaves for Washington, and for Meg’s wedding); Meg wears it for the proposal scene (which occurs between Hannah’s two scenes wearing it). Incidentally, I was excited to see the credits listed Edith Head as costume designer.

    P.S. You can watch this version on free Hulu.

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  1. Virginia Gregg as Hannah wears this costume in the same version of Little Women. I think there was a little costume-sharing on this production. Perhaps they hoped viewers wouldn’t notice? Hannah wears this dress in two scenes (when Aunt March comes to Orchard House before Marmee leaves for Washington, and for Meg’s wedding); Meg wears it for the proposal scene (which occurs between Hannah’s two scenes wearing it). Incidentally, I was excited to see the credits listed Edith Head as costume designer.

    P.S. You can watch this version on free Hulu.

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