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  • Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter wearing a burgundy coat in the episode "Your Country Needs You" of the 1977 series "The Duchess of Duke Street."
    • BBC

    The Duchess of Duke Street: Your Country Needs You

    1977

    Costume seen on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter

  • Cheryl Campbell as Lady Boynton wearing burgundy coat in the episode "Appointment with Death" of the 2008 series "Poirot."
    • ITV

    Poirot: Appointment with Death

    2008

    Costume seen on Cheryl Campbell as Lady Boynton

  • Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley wearing a burgundy coat in the 2010 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2010

    Costume seen on Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley

  • Celia Imrie as Grace Rushton wearing a burgundy coat in the 2012 mini-series "Titanic."
    • ITV

    Titanic

    2012

    Costume seen on Celia Imrie as Grace Rushton

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This coat was first seen in a 1977 episode of The Duchess of Duke Street titled Your Country Needs You, where Gemma Jones wore it as Louisa Trotter. While the costume was almost certainly used again, it was not spotted until Cheryl Campbell wore it as Lady Boynton in the 2008 episode of Poirot entitled Appointment with Death. In 2010 it was worn by Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley in Downton Abbey, and in 2012 it was recycled for Titanic, where Celia Imrie wore it as Grace Rushton.

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About the Costume

This coat was first seen in a 1977 episode of The Duchess of Duke Street titled Your Country Needs You, where Gemma Jones wore it as Louisa Trotter. While the costume was almost certainly used again, it was not spotted until Cheryl Campbell wore it as Lady Boynton in the 2008 episode of Poirot entitled Appointment with Death. In 2010 it was worn by Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley in Downton Abbey, and in 2012 it was recycled for Titanic, where Celia Imrie wore it as Grace Rushton.

This coat was first seen in a 1977 episode of The Duchess of Duke Street titled Your Country Needs You, where Gemma Jones wore it as Louisa Trotter. While the costume was almost certainly used again, it was not spotted until Cheryl Campbell wore it as Lady Boynton in the 2008 episode of Poirot entitled Appointment with Death. In 2010 it was worn by Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley in Downton Abbey, and in 2012 it was recycled for Titanic, where Celia Imrie wore it as Grace Rushton.

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Costume Commentary

  1. It does almost look like they’ve removed everything and put it on another costume…it’s very odd. I can’t really tell what they’ve done, but whatever it is, it just…doesn’t look very good. It seems rather ill-fitting…

  2. What have they done to it? It appears as though they’ve either placed another costume over the top of the coat, or they’ve removed the collar, cuffs, pocket accents, belt, etc. to use with this piece. (The stitching looks terrible!)

  3. Gah, I should have looked for online promo images last night before posting!

    It’s also seen in Julian Fellowes’ new mini series, Titanic (2012), on Celia Imrie as Grace Rushton.

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Costume Commentary

  1. It does almost look like they’ve removed everything and put it on another costume…it’s very odd. I can’t really tell what they’ve done, but whatever it is, it just…doesn’t look very good. It seems rather ill-fitting…

  2. What have they done to it? It appears as though they’ve either placed another costume over the top of the coat, or they’ve removed the collar, cuffs, pocket accents, belt, etc. to use with this piece. (The stitching looks terrible!)

  3. Gah, I should have looked for online promo images last night before posting!

    It’s also seen in Julian Fellowes’ new mini series, Titanic (2012), on Celia Imrie as Grace Rushton.

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Costume Commentary

  1. It does almost look like they’ve removed everything and put it on another costume…it’s very odd. I can’t really tell what they’ve done, but whatever it is, it just…doesn’t look very good. It seems rather ill-fitting…

  2. What have they done to it? It appears as though they’ve either placed another costume over the top of the coat, or they’ve removed the collar, cuffs, pocket accents, belt, etc. to use with this piece. (The stitching looks terrible!)

  3. Gah, I should have looked for online promo images last night before posting!

    It’s also seen in Julian Fellowes’ new mini series, Titanic (2012), on Celia Imrie as Grace Rushton.

Comment