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  • Jena Engstrom as Kim Case wearing a white gown with red and green detailing in the episode "The Santiago Quesada Story" of the 1964 series "Wagon Train."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Wagon Train: The Santiago Quesada Story

    1964

    Costume seen on Jena Engstrom as Kim Case

  • Vera Miles as Maggie Menken wearing a white gown with red and green detailing in the episode "Portrait of a Widow" of the 1964 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian: Portrait of a Widow

    1964

    Costume seen on Vera Miles as Maggie Menken

  • Jeanette Nolan as Vita Rose wearing a white gown with red and green detailing in the episode "Like One of the Family" of the 1967 series "Laredo."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Laredo: Like One of the Family

    1967

    Costume seen on Jeanette Nolan as Vita Rose

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About the Costume

This pretty white gown was first seen on Jena Engstrom in the role of Kim Case in a 1964 episode of Wagon Train titled The Santiago Quesada Story. 1964 saw the dress used a second time, this time on Vera Miles as Maggie Menken in an episode of The Virginian titled Portrait of a Widow. 1967 was the last time this particular costume used when Jeanette Nolan wore it as Vita Rose in an episode of Laredo entitled Like One of the Family. 

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About the Costume

This pretty white gown was first seen on Jena Engstrom in the role of Kim Case in a 1964 episode of Wagon Train titled The Santiago Quesada Story. 1964 saw the dress used a second time, this time on Vera Miles as Maggie Menken in an episode of The Virginian titled Portrait of a Widow. 1967 was the last time this particular costume used when Jeanette Nolan wore it as Vita Rose in an episode of Laredo entitled Like One of the Family. 

This pretty white gown was first seen on Jena Engstrom in the role of Kim Case in a 1964 episode of Wagon Train titled The Santiago Quesada Story. 1964 saw the dress used a second time, this time on Vera Miles as Maggie Menken in an episode of The Virginian titled Portrait of a Widow. 1967 was the last time this particular costume used when Jeanette Nolan wore it as Vita Rose in an episode of Laredo entitled Like One of the Family. 

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Elisabeth
Photos provided by:
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  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Burton Miller
  • Vincent Dee

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