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    Tyrone Power "Constable Duncan MacDonald" tunic and pants from Pony Soldier. Tyrone Power "Constable Duncan MacDonald" tunic and pants from Pony Soldier. (TCF, 1952) Bright red wool military tunic with five Canadian gold metal buttons on front and two smaller on epaulets, two metal back belt hooks and lined in partially quilted pale gold. Western Costume Co. label typed "41-2847-2 Ch. 1 / Tyrone Power / 42 ½" and handwritten "43" in collar. Exhibits light wear along collar with two very small holes in lining. (2) Dark blue wool riding pants with pale yellow accent stripe down sides, two slant pockets and criss cross lace up bottoms with hook & eye zip front closure. Western Costume Co. label typed "41-2847-3 Ch 1 / Tyrone Power / 31 33" and stamped "24". Exhibits a repair on knee. Designed by Edward Stevenson. Worn by Tyrone Power as "Constable Duncan MacDonald" throughout the film in Pony Soldier.

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    December, 2013
    21st Saturday
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