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    Barbara Stanwyck "Thelma Jordan" robe designed by Edith Head from The File on Thelma Jordan. (Paramount, 1950) Shimmery pearl grey cuffed long sleeve silk crepe robe with lattice design on front and back bodice, which is backed in nude netting. Hook & eye with snap front closure. Paramount Pictures stamp. Exhibits discoloration along shoulders, arms and collar. Designed by Edith Head. Worn by Barbara Stanwyck as "Thelma Jordan" following her court scene where she is found not guilty of murder and is now home and packing to start a new life with jewel thief "Tony Laredo" (Richard Rober) in The File on Thelma Jordan.

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    May, 2014
    17th Saturday
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