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  • Nicola Page as Anna wearing a gray fur-lined coat in the 1977 mini-series "Anna Karenina."
    • BBC

    Anna Karenina

    1977

    Costume seen on Nicola Pagett as Anna

  • Lysette Anthony as Mistral wearing a gray fur-lined coat in the 1990 film "A Ghost in Monte Carlo."

    A Ghost in Monte Carlo

    1990

    Costume seen on Lysette Anthony as Mistral

  • Joanne Whalley as Scarlett O'Hara wearing a gray fur-lined coat in the 1994 mini-series "Scarlett."
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
    • RHI Entertainment

    Scarlett

    1994

    Costume seen on Joanne Whalley as Scarlett O'Hara

  • Barbara Flynn as Helen Potter wearing a gray fur-lined coat in the 2006 film "Miss Potter."
    • Phoenix Pictures
    • BBC Films

    Miss Potter

    2006

    Costume seen on Barbara Flynn as Helen Potter

  • Olivia Willams as Countess Vronsky wearing a gray fur-lined coat in the 2012 film "Anna Karenina."
    • Universal Pictures

    Anna Karenina

    2012

    Costume seen on Olivia Williams as Countess Vronsky

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This fur-lined coat has been worn in at least five productions over the years. It was first spotted in 1977 on Nicola Pagett as Anna in Anna Karenina. The costume was seen again in 1990 on Lysette Anthony as Mistral in A Ghost in Monte Carlo, and then in 1994 in Scarlett on Joanne Whalley in the title role. It was spotted a fourth time very briefly on Barbara Flynn as Helen Potter in the 2006 film Miss Potter. Finally, it was seen in 2012 in Anna Karenina, where Olivia Williams wore it as Countess Vronsky. The frog closures seem to have been dyed a darker color or replaced.

 

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About the Costume

This fur-lined coat has been worn in at least five productions over the years. It was first spotted in 1977 on Nicola Pagett as Anna in Anna Karenina. The costume was seen again in 1990 on Lysette Anthony as Mistral in A Ghost in Monte Carlo, and then in 1994 in Scarlett on Joanne Whalley in the title role. It was spotted a fourth time very briefly on Barbara Flynn as Helen Potter in the 2006 film Miss Potter. Finally, it was seen in 2012 in Anna Karenina, where Olivia Williams wore it as Countess Vronsky. The frog closures seem to have been dyed a darker color or replaced.

 

This fur-lined coat has been worn in at least five productions over the years. It was first spotted in 1977 on Nicola Pagett as Anna in Anna Karenina. The costume was seen again in 1990 on Lysette Anthony as Mistral in A Ghost in Monte Carlo, and then in 1994 in Scarlett on Joanne Whalley in the title role. It was spotted a fourth time very briefly on Barbara Flynn as Helen Potter in the 2006 film Miss Potter. Finally, it was seen in 2012 in Anna Karenina, where Olivia Williams wore it as Countess Vronsky. The frog closures seem to have been dyed a darker color or replaced.

 

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    • Wow. That’s actually a really great cap from Miss Potter. Thank you! What are you using to make caps? My screencaps from Scarlett came from my DVD..but yours are just so much clearer than mine. Are you using a special program?

      • I use VLC Media Player (downloaded free from VideoLan). I use the keyboard shortcuts so I can take a bunch in rapid succession, then select the best one. I use MS Office (linked from Windows Photo Viewer) to lighten, darken, or adjust the contrast as needed. My Scarlett dvd is the Korean version (in case there’s a difference?).

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    • Wow. That’s actually a really great cap from Miss Potter. Thank you! What are you using to make caps? My screencaps from Scarlett came from my DVD..but yours are just so much clearer than mine. Are you using a special program?

      • I use VLC Media Player (downloaded free from VideoLan). I use the keyboard shortcuts so I can take a bunch in rapid succession, then select the best one. I use MS Office (linked from Windows Photo Viewer) to lighten, darken, or adjust the contrast as needed. My Scarlett dvd is the Korean version (in case there’s a difference?).

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    • Wow. That’s actually a really great cap from Miss Potter. Thank you! What are you using to make caps? My screencaps from Scarlett came from my DVD..but yours are just so much clearer than mine. Are you using a special program?

      • I use VLC Media Player (downloaded free from VideoLan). I use the keyboard shortcuts so I can take a bunch in rapid succession, then select the best one. I use MS Office (linked from Windows Photo Viewer) to lighten, darken, or adjust the contrast as needed. My Scarlett dvd is the Korean version (in case there’s a difference?).

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