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Sue Blane

Sue Blane studied costume design at Wolverhampton College of Art and Central School of Art and Design, finishing in 1971. She went to work for the Glasgow Citizen's Theatre, where she designed the costumes for Lindsay Kemp's production of The Maids in 1971, starring Tim Curry as Solange, wearing a black corset. She met director Jim Sharman in ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Rocky Horror Picture Show
(1975)
Absolute Beginners
Absolute Beginners Costume Designer
(1986)
Lady Jane
Lady Jane Costume Designer
(1986)
The Draughtsman's Contract
The Draughtsman's Contract Costume Designer
(1982)

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 2002 Carmen (TV Movie)
 1991-1993 American Playhouse (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Porgy and Bess (1993)
- Into the Woods (1991) ... (uncredited)
 1993 Cabaret (TV Movie)
 1991 La fanciulla del West (TV Movie)
 1988 Dream Demon
 1986 Lady Jane
 1975 The Rocky Horror Picture Show (original costume design)
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 2015 A Reel Life (costume design consultant) (completed)
 1982 The Draughtsman's Contract (costume)
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 2018 The Rocky Horror Phenomenon (Documentary) (filming)
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 1987 A Source of Innocent Merriment (TV Movie documentary)
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During the live showings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), the audience screams "no, Sue's to blame, read the credits!" after the line "maybe the rain is really to blame". See more »

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