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  • An uncredited actress as a Victorian Lady wearing a pink Victorian gown in the 1960 Pathé short film "Sewing Machines- Old and New."
    • British Pathé

    Sewing Machines - Old and New

    1960

    Costume seen on uncredited actress as a Victorian Lady

  • Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield wearing a Victorian gown in the episode "The Evil of the Daleks" of the 1967 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC

    Doctor Who: The Evil of the Daleks

    1967

    Costume seen on Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield

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The 1960 Pathé short film Sewing Machines: Old and New documents the history of the sewing machine. In the film, several women appear in various period costumes. This uncredited actress wears a pink Victorian gown. The dress went on to be used again in the television series Doctor Who in the 1967 episode The Evil of the Daleks, where Deborah Watling wore it as Victoria Waterfield. Some minor edits have been made, such as replacing the lace around the sleeves and removing the bows on the front of the bodice. 

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About the Costume

The 1960 Pathé short film Sewing Machines: Old and New documents the history of the sewing machine. In the film, several women appear in various period costumes. This uncredited actress wears a pink Victorian gown. The dress went on to be used again in the television series Doctor Who in the 1967 episode The Evil of the Daleks, where Deborah Watling wore it as Victoria Waterfield. Some minor edits have been made, such as replacing the lace around the sleeves and removing the bows on the front of the bodice. 

The 1960 Pathé short film Sewing Machines: Old and New documents the history of the sewing machine. In the film, several women appear in various period costumes. This uncredited actress wears a pink Victorian gown. The dress went on to be used again in the television series Doctor Who in the 1967 episode The Evil of the Daleks, where Deborah Watling wore it as Victoria Waterfield. Some minor edits have been made, such as replacing the lace around the sleeves and removing the bows on the front of the bodice. 

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