Thursday, June 9, 2016

Recycled Movie Costumes (Victorian- Edwardian)

Costumes of film and television that have been used in more than one production.

                                                 Tuck Everlasting (2002) Titanic (1997)
                     Cranford (2007) Wives and Daughters (1999) The Mill on the Floss (1978)
                                          Return to Cranford (2009)  North and South (2004)
Wive and Daughters (1999) The Pickwick Papers (1985) Little Dorrit (2008) Hans Christian Andersen: My life as a Fairy Tale (2003)
 Little Women (1994) Little Women (1994)

Anne of Green Gables (1987) A Room With A View (1985) The Duchess of Ducke Street (1976)

Daniel Deronda (2002) The Paradise (2013)

North and South (2004) Madame Bovary (2000)
                                             Heidi (2005) Doctor Who: The Snowmen (2012)
                                          Martin Chuzzlewit (1994) Victoria and Albert (2001)
                                             Little Women (1994) Little Women (1994)
                                       Under the Greenwood Tree (2005) Dickensian (2015)
                                 Daniel Deronda (2002) The Shadow in the North (2007)
                                  North and South (2004) Desperate Romantics (2009)
                                      David Copperfield (2000) Victoria and Albert (2001)
 North and South (2004) The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981) David Copperfield (2000)
                                                    Jane Eyre (2006) Bleak House (2005)

The finally end. 



  1. This was very interesting. I remember noticing that Amy was wearing Meg's old dress in Little Women (1994), but I hadn't realized that Beth wears Jo's dress, too! That is so cool.

    And wow! That one dress from Wives and Daughters sure gets around! :D

    Lovely post, Rachel!

    1. Thanks for commenting Miss March! :) I will make more posts of recycled movie costumes. Just saying. :)

  2. These are fascinating! I'm afraid I'm not as attentive to costumes as I'd like to be, but I love seeing things like this pointed out.

  3. Oh my goodness that Dr Who one! I knew I'd seen it before!