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March 12, 2011

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--Deb

Thank you for that photo--I liked the sweater when I saw it, but didn't realize it had been used before. (Got to go check out that recycled costume site.)

And I agree--I thought the King's Speech did a great job condensing an elaborate story of a brave man.

mary lou

Isn't the internet amazing. I have never noticed recycled costumes, but I have noticed when the same horses were used in different scenes supposedly occuring in different parts of the country - same team drawing a wagon in Texas, say, and a carriage in NYC. Fun link to Pathe, thanks.

Albertina McNeill

Ever since I saw "The Body in the Library" with Geraldine McEwan I've wondered whether the large triangular shawl worn in it by Joanna Lumley was made to a pattern by Kaffe Fassett. Do you happen to know?

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