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  • Gemma Craven as Barbara Hare wearing a pale blue gown trimmed with white in the 1982 film "East Lynne."
    • BBC

    East Lynne

    1982

    Costume seen on Gemma Craven as Barbara Hare

  • Genie Francis as Brett Main wearing a pale blue gown trimmed with white in the 1985 series "North and South."
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
    • Warner Bros. Television

    North and South

    1985

    Costume seen on Genie Francis as Brett Main

  • Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria wearing a pale blue gown trimmed with white in the 2001 mini-series "Victoria and Albert."
    • BBC

    Victoria and Albert

    2001

    Costume seen on Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria

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About the Costume

This pretty blue gown trimmed with white was first worn by Gemma Craven as Barbara Hare in the 1982 East Lynne. The dress was worn again in the 1985 North and South, where Genie Francis wore it as Brett Main. Finally, the costume was seen a third time when it was worn by Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria in the 2001 production of Victoria and Albert. Additional trim has been added to give it a different look.

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About the Costume

This pretty blue gown trimmed with white was first worn by Gemma Craven as Barbara Hare in the 1982 East Lynne. The dress was worn again in the 1985 North and South, where Genie Francis wore it as Brett Main. Finally, the costume was seen a third time when it was worn by Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria in the 2001 production of Victoria and Albert. Additional trim has been added to give it a different look.

This pretty blue gown trimmed with white was first worn by Gemma Craven as Barbara Hare in the 1982 East Lynne. The dress was worn again in the 1985 North and South, where Genie Francis wore it as Brett Main. Finally, the costume was seen a third time when it was worn by Victoria Hamilton as Queen Victoria in the 2001 production of Victoria and Albert. Additional trim has been added to give it a different look.

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