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  • Jennifer Jones as Bernadette Soubirous wearing a peasant costume in the 1943 film "The Song of Bernadette."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    The Song of Bernadette

    1943

    Costume seen on Jennifer Jones as Bernadette Soubirous

  • Marilyn Monroe as "The Dutch Girl" wearing a peasant costume in the 1956 "The Dutch Girl/The Peasant Girl Photo Series" by Milton Greene.
    • Milton Greene

    The Dutch Girl/ The Peasant Girl Photo Series by Milton Greene

    1956

    Costume seen on Marilyn Monroe as "The Dutch Girl"

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Jennifer Jones first wore this costume as Bernadette Soubirous in the 1943 film The Song of Bernadette. Marilyn Monroe wore the dress again in a series of photos by Milton Greene, often referred to as “The Dutch Girl” or “The Peasant Girl.” The 1956 photo shoot was meant to show Marilyn’s potential as a more dramatic actress. It was very common at the time for old studio costumes to be reused in photo shoots in addition to films.

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Jennifer Jones first wore this costume as Bernadette Soubirous in the 1943 film The Song of Bernadette. Marilyn Monroe wore the dress again in a series of photos by Milton Greene, often referred to as “The Dutch Girl” or “The Peasant Girl.” The 1956 photo shoot was meant to show Marilyn’s potential as a more dramatic actress. It was very common at the time for old studio costumes to be reused in photo shoots in addition to films.

Jennifer Jones first wore this costume as Bernadette Soubirous in the 1943 film The Song of Bernadette. Marilyn Monroe wore the dress again in a series of photos by Milton Greene, often referred to as “The Dutch Girl” or “The Peasant Girl.” The 1956 photo shoot was meant to show Marilyn’s potential as a more dramatic actress. It was very common at the time for old studio costumes to be reused in photo shoots in addition to films.

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