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  • Cyd Charisse as Deborah Andrews wearing a pink and white floral dress in the 1946 film "The Harvey Girls."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Harvey Girls

    1946

    Costume seen on Cyd Charisse as Deborah Andrews

  • An extra wearing a pink and white floral dress in the 1949 film "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Take Me Out to the Ball Game

    1949

    Costume seen on an extra

  • A pink and white floral dress as a prop in the 1952 film "The Belle of New York."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Belle of New York

    1952

    Costume seen as a prop

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Helen Rose designed this lovely gown for the 1946 film The Harvey Girls, where Cyd Charisse wore it as Deborah Andrews. The costume was used again in 1949 on an extra in Take Me Out To The Ballgame. Finally, the gown was seen a third time in the 1952 Belle of New York, where it appeared as a prop in the hands of Alice Pearce as Elsie Wilkins.

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About the Costume

Helen Rose designed this lovely gown for the 1946 film The Harvey Girls, where Cyd Charisse wore it as Deborah Andrews. The costume was used again in 1949 on an extra in Take Me Out To The Ballgame. Finally, the gown was seen a third time in the 1952 Belle of New York, where it appeared as a prop in the hands of Alice Pearce as Elsie Wilkins.

Helen Rose designed this lovely gown for the 1946 film The Harvey Girls, where Cyd Charisse wore it as Deborah Andrews. The costume was used again in 1949 on an extra in Take Me Out To The Ballgame. Finally, the gown was seen a third time in the 1952 Belle of New York, where it appeared as a prop in the hands of Alice Pearce as Elsie Wilkins.

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