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Tony Duquette (1914–1999)

Tony Duquette was born on June 11, 1914 as Anthony M. Dukette. He is known for his work on Kismet (1955), Everyman (1961) and Can-Can (1960). He was married to Elizabeth Johnstone. He died on September 9, 1999 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

Kismet Costume Designer
Everyman Costume Designer
Can-Can Miscellaneous Crew


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 1961 Everyman
 1961 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Episode #14.23 (1961) ... ("Camelot" costumes, uncredited)
 1955 Kismet (costumes)
 1945 Ziegfeld Follies (uncredited)
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 1960 Can-Can (styling consultant)
 1952 Lovely to Look At (fashion show)
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 1962 The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (designer: four horsemen figures)
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 1997 Biography (TV Series documentary)
- Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow (1997) ... Himself
 1973 A Personal Culture: Artist Tony Duquette (Documentary short)
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 1998 Glorious Technicolor (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Collaborator and Friend of Vincent Minnelli

Personal Details

Other Works:

"Camelot" original Broadway production - costume designer (Tony Award)

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1 Print Biography | 1 Article | See more »

Alternate Names:

Anthony M. Dukette

Did You Know?


Tony Duquette was an interior decorator serving a host of wealthy patrons. He won a Tony Award for the costumes in the original Broadway production of "Camelot." See more »

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