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  • Connie Booth as Miss Caroline Hartley wearing a white and black gown in the 1991 film "American Friends."
    • BBC

    American Friends

    1991

    Costume seen on Connie Booth as Miss Caroline Hartley

  • Sunnyi Melles as Mrs. Mollendorpf wearing a white and black gown in the 2008 film "Die Buddenbrooks (Buddenbrooks)."
    • Bavaria Film
    • Warner Bros. Deutschland

    Die Buddenbrooks (Buddenbrooks)

    2008

    Sunnyi Melles as Senatorin Möllendorf

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This gown was seen for the first time in the 1991 film American Friends, where it was worn by Connie Booth as the character Miss Caroline Hartley. It was spotted again in the 2008 German film Die Buddenbrooks (Buddenbrooks), where it was worn by Sunnyi Melles as Senatorin Möllendorf.

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This gown was seen for the first time in the 1991 film American Friends, where it was worn by Connie Booth as the character Miss Caroline Hartley. It was spotted again in the 2008 German film Die Buddenbrooks (Buddenbrooks), where it was worn by Sunnyi Melles as Senatorin Möllendorf.

This gown was seen for the first time in the 1991 film American Friends, where it was worn by Connie Booth as the character Miss Caroline Hartley. It was spotted again in the 2008 German film Die Buddenbrooks (Buddenbrooks), where it was worn by Sunnyi Melles as Senatorin Möllendorf.

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  1. Exactly, Anna. She’s Sunnyi Melles as Senatorin Möllendorf… By the way, does anyone now where I can watch “Buddenbrooks”?? Because this show never came here (Argentina), except in HBO…

  2. The actress from “Die Buddenbrooks” is Sunnyi (yes, yi) Melles, actually a born princesse to sayn-wittgenstein, or so says the IMDB (I believe, she married into it), playing senatorin möllendorf.
    PS: Lovely find. Always loved the dress against the baltic beachy backdrop.

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  1. Exactly, Anna. She’s Sunnyi Melles as Senatorin Möllendorf… By the way, does anyone now where I can watch “Buddenbrooks”?? Because this show never came here (Argentina), except in HBO…

  2. The actress from “Die Buddenbrooks” is Sunnyi (yes, yi) Melles, actually a born princesse to sayn-wittgenstein, or so says the IMDB (I believe, she married into it), playing senatorin möllendorf.
    PS: Lovely find. Always loved the dress against the baltic beachy backdrop.

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  1. Exactly, Anna. She’s Sunnyi Melles as Senatorin Möllendorf… By the way, does anyone now where I can watch “Buddenbrooks”?? Because this show never came here (Argentina), except in HBO…

  2. The actress from “Die Buddenbrooks” is Sunnyi (yes, yi) Melles, actually a born princesse to sayn-wittgenstein, or so says the IMDB (I believe, she married into it), playing senatorin möllendorf.
    PS: Lovely find. Always loved the dress against the baltic beachy backdrop.

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