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  • Agnes Moorehead as Baroness Aspasia Conti wearing a gown in the 1944 film "Mrs. Parkington."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Mrs. Parkington

    1944

    Costume seen on Agnes Moorehead as Baroness Aspasia Conti

  • Jessica Tandy as Louise Kane wearing a gown in the 1945 film "The Valley of Decision."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Valley of Decision

    1945

    Costume seen on Jessica Tandy as Louise Kane

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This Victorian gown was likely made by Adrian, though he goes uncredited in the film. The beautiful piece was designed for Agnes Moorehead’s portrayal of Baroness Aspasia Conti in the 1944 film Mrs. Parkington – a role for which she was nominated for an Oscar and won a Golden Globe. The gown was seen again in the 1945 film The Valley of Decision, where Jessica Tandy wore it as Louise Kane, with some minor alterations to the color of fabric used to decorate the front of the gown.

 

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About the Costume

This Victorian gown was likely made by Adrian, though he goes uncredited in the film. The beautiful piece was designed for Agnes Moorehead’s portrayal of Baroness Aspasia Conti in the 1944 film Mrs. Parkington – a role for which she was nominated for an Oscar and won a Golden Globe. The gown was seen again in the 1945 film The Valley of Decision, where Jessica Tandy wore it as Louise Kane, with some minor alterations to the color of fabric used to decorate the front of the gown.

 

This Victorian gown was likely made by Adrian, though he goes uncredited in the film. The beautiful piece was designed for Agnes Moorehead’s portrayal of Baroness Aspasia Conti in the 1944 film Mrs. Parkington – a role for which she was nominated for an Oscar and won a Golden Globe. The gown was seen again in the 1945 film The Valley of Decision, where Jessica Tandy wore it as Louise Kane, with some minor alterations to the color of fabric used to decorate the front of the gown.

 

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  • Adrian (Adrian Adolph Greenburg) (uncredited)

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