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  • Samantha Bond as Bridget Mordaunt wearing an orange and green dress in the 1991 film "The Black Candle."
    • Amalgamated Global Television
    • World Wide International Television

    The Black Candle

    1991

    Costume seen on Samantha Bond as Bridget Mordaunt

  • An extra wearing an orange and green dress in the 2000 mini-series "The Secret."
    • Tyne Tees Television

    The Secret

    2000

    Costume seen on an extra

  • An extra wearing an orange and green dress in the 2002 series "The Forsyte Saga."
    • ITV

    The Forsyte Saga

    2002

    Costume seen on an extra

  • An extra wearing an orange and green dress in the episode "The Crimson Horror" of the 2013 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: The Crimson Horror

    2013

    Costume seen on an extra

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This costume probably originated with the 1991 production The Black Candle, where Samantha Bond wore it as Bridget Mordaunt. It was then seen being worn by extras in the 2000 mini-series adaptation of Catherine Cookson’s The Secret, the 2002 adaptation of The Forsyte Saga, and the 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Crimson Horror.

 

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About the Costume

This costume probably originated with the 1991 production The Black Candle, where Samantha Bond wore it as Bridget Mordaunt. It was then seen being worn by extras in the 2000 mini-series adaptation of Catherine Cookson’s The Secret, the 2002 adaptation of The Forsyte Saga, and the 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Crimson Horror.

 

This costume probably originated with the 1991 production The Black Candle, where Samantha Bond wore it as Bridget Mordaunt. It was then seen being worn by extras in the 2000 mini-series adaptation of Catherine Cookson’s The Secret, the 2002 adaptation of The Forsyte Saga, and the 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Crimson Horror.

 

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Sighting Credit:
  • Kiteflier
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  • da
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Linda Mattock

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