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  • Jennifer Ehle as Empress Zita of Austria wearing a white embroidered gown in the episode "Austria, March 1917" of the 1992 series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles."
    • Paramount Television

    The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Austria, March 1917

    1992

    Costume seen on Jennifer Ehle as Empress Zita of Austria

  • An extra wearing a white embroidered gown in the 1996 film "Rasputin."
    • HBO Films

    Rasputin

    1996

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Sonya Walger as Lady Frances wearing a white embroidered gown in the 1999 film "All the King's Men."
    • BBC

    All the King's Men

    1999

    Costume seen on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances

  • Henrietta Voigts as a suffragette wearing a white embroidered gown in the 2003 mini-series "The Lost Prince."
    • BBC

    The Lost Prince

    2003

    Costume seen on Henrietta Voigts as a suffragette

  • Caroline Langrishe as Lady Carnarvon wearing a white embroidered gown in the episode "The Search for Tutankhamun" of the 2005 mini-series "Egypt."
    • BBC

    Egypt: The Search for Tutankhamun

    2005

    Costume seen on Caroline Langrishe as Lady Carnarvon

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About the Costume

This beautiful gown has been used at least five times over the years. It was first seen in 1992 when Jennifer Ehle wore it as Empress Zita of Austria in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Austria, March 1917. In 1996 it was seen on an extra in Rasputin, then again in 1999 on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances in All the King’s Men. In 2003 it was worn by Henrietta Voigts as a suffragette in The Lost Prince. Lastly, in 2005 it was seen on Caroline Langrishe as Lady Carnarvon in Egypt: The Search for Tutankhamun.  

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About the Costume

This beautiful gown has been used at least five times over the years. It was first seen in 1992 when Jennifer Ehle wore it as Empress Zita of Austria in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Austria, March 1917. In 1996 it was seen on an extra in Rasputin, then again in 1999 on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances in All the King’s Men. In 2003 it was worn by Henrietta Voigts as a suffragette in The Lost Prince. Lastly, in 2005 it was seen on Caroline Langrishe as Lady Carnarvon in Egypt: The Search for Tutankhamun.  

This beautiful gown has been used at least five times over the years. It was first seen in 1992 when Jennifer Ehle wore it as Empress Zita of Austria in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Austria, March 1917. In 1996 it was seen on an extra in Rasputin, then again in 1999 on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances in All the King’s Men. In 2003 it was worn by Henrietta Voigts as a suffragette in The Lost Prince. Lastly, in 2005 it was seen on Caroline Langrishe as Lady Carnarvon in Egypt: The Search for Tutankhamun.  

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Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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  • Julia Spicer
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Charlotte Holdich

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