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    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
    • RHI Entertainment

    Scarlett

    1994

    Costume seen on Joanne Whalley as Scarlett O'Hara

    • ITV

    The Forsyte Saga

    2002

    Costume seen on Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie

    • Warner Bros.

    The Phantom of the Opera

    2004

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

This blue Victorian gown, accented with silk flowers and black lace, was created for the 1994 mini-series Scarlett, where Joanne Whalley wore it as Scarlett O’Hara. It was worn a second time in the 2002 mini-series The Forsyte Saga on Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie. Finally, it made a third, very brief appearance in the 2005 film The Phantom of the Opera, where it was worn by an extra.

This gown was a part of the excellent Costume in Film exhibition, which toured the United States from 2005-2007. The exhibit was put on by the costume house Cosprop and featured famous movie costumes from all eras. Though the exhibition is no longer touring, you can check out Cosprop’s other costume exhibitions here.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

This blue Victorian gown, accented with silk flowers and black lace, was created for the 1994 mini-series Scarlett, where Joanne Whalley wore it as Scarlett O’Hara. It was worn a second time in the 2002 mini-series The Forsyte Saga on Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie. Finally, it made a third, very brief appearance in the 2005 film The Phantom of the Opera, where it was worn by an extra.

This gown was a part of the excellent Costume in Film exhibition, which toured the United States from 2005-2007. The exhibit was put on by the costume house Cosprop and featured famous movie costumes from all eras. Though the exhibition is no longer touring, you can check out Cosprop’s other costume exhibitions here.

This blue Victorian gown, accented with silk flowers and black lace, was created for the 1994 mini-series Scarlett, where Joanne Whalley wore it as Scarlett O’Hara. It was worn a second time in the 2002 mini-series The Forsyte Saga on Amanda Root as Winifred Dartie. Finally, it made a third, very brief appearance in the 2005 film The Phantom of the Opera, where it was worn by an extra.

This gown was a part of the excellent Costume in Film exhibition, which toured the United States from 2005-2007. The exhibit was put on by the costume house Cosprop and featured famous movie costumes from all eras. Though the exhibition is no longer touring, you can check out Cosprop’s other costume exhibitions here.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
  • Sofia
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Costume Designer:
  • Marit Allen

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