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    • BBC
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna

    1986

    Costume seen on Amy Irving as Anna Anderson

    • Paramount Pictures

    The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Winds of Change

    1993 / 2008

    Costume seen on Mary Lucy Bivins as Mrs. Wharton

    • ITV

    The Grand

    1997

    Costume seen on Susan Hampshire as Esme Harkness

    • Alibi Pictures

    Another Life

    2001

    Costume seen on Natasha Little as Edith Jessie Thompson

    • ITV

    The Forsyte Saga: To Let

    2002

    Costume seen on Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie

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About the Costume

This simple but elegant blue and white dress was first spotted in the 1986 made-for-television production Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, where Amy Irving wore it as Anna Anderson. The dress went on to be recycled by Mary Lucy Bivins as Mrs.Wharton in the 1993 unaired episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles entitled Princeton, February 1916. Eventually, this episode, along with Paris, May 1919, were edited together to create the film The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Winds of Change and released in 2008. In 1997 the costume was worn by Susan Hampshire as Esme Harkness in The Grand, and in 2001 by Natasha Little as Edith Jessie Thompson in Another Life. Finally, it was worn by Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie in The Forsyte Saga: To Let in 2002. 

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About the Costume

This simple but elegant blue and white dress was first spotted in the 1986 made-for-television production Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, where Amy Irving wore it as Anna Anderson. The dress went on to be recycled by Mary Lucy Bivins as Mrs.Wharton in the 1993 unaired episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles entitled Princeton, February 1916. Eventually, this episode, along with Paris, May 1919, were edited together to create the film The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Winds of Change and released in 2008. In 1997 the costume was worn by Susan Hampshire as Esme Harkness in The Grand, and in 2001 by Natasha Little as Edith Jessie Thompson in Another Life. Finally, it was worn by Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie in The Forsyte Saga: To Let in 2002. 

This simple but elegant blue and white dress was first spotted in the 1986 made-for-television production Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, where Amy Irving wore it as Anna Anderson. The dress went on to be recycled by Mary Lucy Bivins as Mrs.Wharton in the 1993 unaired episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles entitled Princeton, February 1916. Eventually, this episode, along with Paris, May 1919, were edited together to create the film The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Winds of Change and released in 2008. In 1997 the costume was worn by Susan Hampshire as Esme Harkness in The Grand, and in 2001 by Natasha Little as Edith Jessie Thompson in Another Life. Finally, it was worn by Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie in The Forsyte Saga: To Let in 2002. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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Costume Designer:
  • Jane Robinson

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