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  • Susan Hampshire as Lady Glencora Palliser wearing a cream, red, and orange gown in the 1974 mini-series "The Pallisers."
    • BBC

    The Pallisers

    1974

    Costume seen on Susan Hampshire as Lady Glencora Palliser

  • Emma Thompson as Emily Fortescue wearing a cream, red, and orange gown in the sketch "Victorian Mouse" of the 1988 mini-series "Thompson."
    • BBC

    Thompson: "Victorian Mouse" Sketch

    1988

    Costume seen on Emma Thompson as Emily Fortescue

  • Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Weston wearing a cream, red, and orange gown in the 2013 series "The Paradise."
    • BBC

    The Paradise

    2013

    Costume seen on Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Weston

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This exquisite gown was first seen in the 1974 television mini-series The Pallisers, where Susan Hampshire wore it as Lady Glencora Palliser. The 1988 television show Thompson reused it for Emma Thompson’s character Emily Fortescue in the “Victorian Mouse” sketch. Its most recent appearance was in 2013 in The Paradise, where Elaine Cassidy wore it as Katherine Weston.

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About the Costume

This exquisite gown was first seen in the 1974 television mini-series The Pallisers, where Susan Hampshire wore it as Lady Glencora Palliser. The 1988 television show Thompson reused it for Emma Thompson’s character Emily Fortescue in the “Victorian Mouse” sketch. Its most recent appearance was in 2013 in The Paradise, where Elaine Cassidy wore it as Katherine Weston.

This exquisite gown was first seen in the 1974 television mini-series The Pallisers, where Susan Hampshire wore it as Lady Glencora Palliser. The 1988 television show Thompson reused it for Emma Thompson’s character Emily Fortescue in the “Victorian Mouse” sketch. Its most recent appearance was in 2013 in The Paradise, where Elaine Cassidy wore it as Katherine Weston.

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