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  • Roberta Shore as Betsy Garth wearing a pink dress with blue and red plaid detailing in the 1962 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian

    1962

    Costume seen on Roberta Shore as Betsy Garth

  • Sheilah Wells as Lucille Carver wearing a pink dress with blue and red plaid detailing in the episode "Six Graves at Cripple Creek" of the 1965 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian: Six Graves at Cripple Creek

    1965

    Costume seen on Sheilah Wells as Lucille Carver

  • Peggy Lipton as Dulcie Colby wearing a pink dress with blue and red plaid detailing in the episode "The Wolves Up Front, The Jackal Behind" of the 1966 series "The Virginian."
    • Universal Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The Virginian: The Wolves Up Front, The Jackals Behind

    1966

    Costume seen on Peggy Lipton as Dulcie Colby

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This sweet pink gown was used on three separate occasions in the television series The Virginian. It was first worn by Roberta Shore as Betsy Garth in 1962 and then by Sheilah Wells as Lucille Carver in the 1965 episode Six Graves at Cripple Creek. Finally, in 1966 it was recycled for Peggy Lipton as Dulcie Colby in the episode The Wolves Up Front, the Jackals Behind. 

 

 

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About the Costume

This sweet pink gown was used on three separate occasions in the television series The Virginian. It was first worn by Roberta Shore as Betsy Garth in 1962 and then by Sheilah Wells as Lucille Carver in the 1965 episode Six Graves at Cripple Creek. Finally, in 1966 it was recycled for Peggy Lipton as Dulcie Colby in the episode The Wolves Up Front, the Jackals Behind. 

 

 

This sweet pink gown was used on three separate occasions in the television series The Virginian. It was first worn by Roberta Shore as Betsy Garth in 1962 and then by Sheilah Wells as Lucille Carver in the 1965 episode Six Graves at Cripple Creek. Finally, in 1966 it was recycled for Peggy Lipton as Dulcie Colby in the episode The Wolves Up Front, the Jackals Behind. 

 

 

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