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  • Pippa Scott as Molly Wood wearing a gray jacket with black detailing in the episode "Riff-Raff" of the 1962 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian: Riff-Raff

    1962

    Costume seen on Pippa Scott as Molly Wood

  • Barbara Eden as Samantha Fry wearing a gray jacket with black detailing in the episode "The Brazos Kid" of the 1964 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian: The Brazos Kid

    1964

    Costume seen on Barbara Eden as Samantha Fry

  • Anne Francis as Victoria Greenly wearing a gray jacket with black detailing in the episode "All Nice and Legal" of the 1964 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian: All Nice and Legal

    1964

    Costume seen on Anne Francis as Victoria Greenly

  • Kathryn Hays as Charity wearing a gray jacket with black detailing in the episode "A Slight Case of Charity" of the 1965 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian: A Slight Case of Charity

    1965

    Costume seen on Kathryn Hays as Charity

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About the Costume

This lovely costume found use in the 60s television show The Virginian at least four times over the years. In 1962, Pippa Scott wore it as the character Molly Wood in the episode Riff-Raff. It was seen twice in 1964, first in the episode The Brazos Kid, where Barbara Eden wore it the role of Samantha Fry, then in All Nice and Legal on Anne Francis as Victoria Greenly. It was seen a final time in 1965 on Kathryn Hays as Charity in the episode A Slight Case of Charity.

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About the Costume

This lovely costume found use in the 60s television show The Virginian at least four times over the years. In 1962, Pippa Scott wore it as the character Molly Wood in the episode Riff-Raff. It was seen twice in 1964, first in the episode The Brazos Kid, where Barbara Eden wore it the role of Samantha Fry, then in All Nice and Legal on Anne Francis as Victoria Greenly. It was seen a final time in 1965 on Kathryn Hays as Charity in the episode A Slight Case of Charity.

This lovely costume found use in the 60s television show The Virginian at least four times over the years. In 1962, Pippa Scott wore it as the character Molly Wood in the episode Riff-Raff. It was seen twice in 1964, first in the episode The Brazos Kid, where Barbara Eden wore it the role of Samantha Fry, then in All Nice and Legal on Anne Francis as Victoria Greenly. It was seen a final time in 1965 on Kathryn Hays as Charity in the episode A Slight Case of Charity.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Elisabeth
Photos provided by:
  • Elisabeth
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Helen Colvig

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