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  • Katharine Hepburn as Pamela Thistlewaite wearing a paisley dressing gown in the 1936 film "A Woman Rebels."
    • RKO Radio Pictures

    A Woman Rebels

    1936

    Costume seen on Katharine Hepburn as Pamela Thistlewaite

  • Vivian Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara Butler wearing an orange paisley dressing gown in the 1939 film "Gone With the Wind."
    • Selznick International Pictures
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Gone With the Wind

    1939

    Costume seen on Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara

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In 1936 Walter Plunkett made this lovely dressing gown for A Woman Rebels, which starred Katharine Hepburn. She would wear this beautiful paisley robe in the film as the character Pamela Thistlewaite. Three years later, when Plunkett worked on Gone with the Wind, he used his creation for Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara. A mink collar was added to give the piece a slightly different look.

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About the Costume

In 1936 Walter Plunkett made this lovely dressing gown for A Woman Rebels, which starred Katharine Hepburn. She would wear this beautiful paisley robe in the film as the character Pamela Thistlewaite. Three years later, when Plunkett worked on Gone with the Wind, he used his creation for Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara. A mink collar was added to give the piece a slightly different look.

In 1936 Walter Plunkett made this lovely dressing gown for A Woman Rebels, which starred Katharine Hepburn. She would wear this beautiful paisley robe in the film as the character Pamela Thistlewaite. Three years later, when Plunkett worked on Gone with the Wind, he used his creation for Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara. A mink collar was added to give the piece a slightly different look.

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