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  • Gennie James as Mary Lennox wearing a pink dress in the 1987 film "The Secret Garden."
    • Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

    The Secret Garden

    1987

    Costume seen on Gennie James as Mary Lennox

  • Harmony Camp as Cecily King wearing a pink dress in the episode "A Mother's Love" of the 1991 series "Road to Avonlea."
    • Disney
    • Sullivan Entertainment

    Road to Avonlea: A Mother's Love

    1991

    Costume seen on Harmony Cramp as Cecily King

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This pink dress was first seen on Gennie James as Mary Lennox in the 1987 television movie The Secret Garden. Harmony Cramp went on to wear the costume as Cecily King in the 1991 episode of Road to Avonlea entitled A Mother’s Love.

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This pink dress was first seen on Gennie James as Mary Lennox in the 1987 television movie The Secret Garden. Harmony Cramp went on to wear the costume as Cecily King in the 1991 episode of Road to Avonlea entitled A Mother’s Love.

This pink dress was first seen on Gennie James as Mary Lennox in the 1987 television movie The Secret Garden. Harmony Cramp went on to wear the costume as Cecily King in the 1991 episode of Road to Avonlea entitled A Mother’s Love.

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  1. Yes! This confirms what I’ve suspected since the early 90s: that Road to Avonlea ended up with some of the Edwardian costumes from the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of The Secret Garden. I was obsessed with both as a child, and remember seeing Sarah Stanley in Road to Avonlea wearing a blue dress with white collar that I swore Mary Lennox wore in The Secret Garden.  If I can find good screen caps I’ll submit them.  Also,  the pink coat that Mary Lennox wears in this same production turns up again 20 years later in Doctor Who Season 3, episodes 8 and 9, on a little girl possessed by aliens. Behold the power of the internet.

    •  Wow, thank you!!!!   I can get screencaps of the Doctor Who episodes, but if you happen to have caps of the other items, I would be thrilled if you’d contribute!

    • Sullivan’s costume designer for the first few years of RTA hired costumes from Cosprop in England. Sarah Stanley’s pink dressing gown is also seen on the little girl in The Flame Trees of Thika.

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  1. Yes! This confirms what I’ve suspected since the early 90s: that Road to Avonlea ended up with some of the Edwardian costumes from the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of The Secret Garden. I was obsessed with both as a child, and remember seeing Sarah Stanley in Road to Avonlea wearing a blue dress with white collar that I swore Mary Lennox wore in The Secret Garden.  If I can find good screen caps I’ll submit them.  Also,  the pink coat that Mary Lennox wears in this same production turns up again 20 years later in Doctor Who Season 3, episodes 8 and 9, on a little girl possessed by aliens. Behold the power of the internet.

    •  Wow, thank you!!!!   I can get screencaps of the Doctor Who episodes, but if you happen to have caps of the other items, I would be thrilled if you’d contribute!

    • Sullivan’s costume designer for the first few years of RTA hired costumes from Cosprop in England. Sarah Stanley’s pink dressing gown is also seen on the little girl in The Flame Trees of Thika.

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  1. Yes! This confirms what I’ve suspected since the early 90s: that Road to Avonlea ended up with some of the Edwardian costumes from the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of The Secret Garden. I was obsessed with both as a child, and remember seeing Sarah Stanley in Road to Avonlea wearing a blue dress with white collar that I swore Mary Lennox wore in The Secret Garden.  If I can find good screen caps I’ll submit them.  Also,  the pink coat that Mary Lennox wears in this same production turns up again 20 years later in Doctor Who Season 3, episodes 8 and 9, on a little girl possessed by aliens. Behold the power of the internet.

    •  Wow, thank you!!!!   I can get screencaps of the Doctor Who episodes, but if you happen to have caps of the other items, I would be thrilled if you’d contribute!

    • Sullivan’s costume designer for the first few years of RTA hired costumes from Cosprop in England. Sarah Stanley’s pink dressing gown is also seen on the little girl in The Flame Trees of Thika.

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