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    Eva Marie Saint "Nell Gaither" period dress and hat designed by Walter Plunkett made for Raintree County. (MGM, 1957) 2-piece period dress of midnight blue satin with tiny red dots, reversed lapel and cuffs and eight self-covered buttons. Ivory cotton back zip closure bodice attached to skirt accented with delicate lace necktie. Pair of ivory cotton detached sleeves trimmed in delicate chiffon and lace. Jacket (front closure) and skirt (back closure) have snaps and hook & eye closure. Skirt is lined with orange satin. Both pieces have internal bias label handwritten, "1692 5137 Eva Marie Saint". Studio cleaning tag. Three very tiny brown spots on neckline. Bottom of skirt is soiled. Natural straw center and navy brim bonnet accented with navy and red netting and navy velvet ties. Handwritten label, "#11 Eva Marie Saint". Created by Walter Plunkett for Eva Marie Saint as "Nell Gaither" for Raintree County but not in the final version of the film.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2014
    17th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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