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(2007 TV Movie)

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The black patterned muslin gown worn by Billie Piper (Fanny Price) at Maria's wedding is the same gown Gemma Jones (Mrs. Dashwood) wears in Sense and Sensibility (1995) when Edward comes to Barton Cottage, and Janet Dale (Miss Briggs) wears at Park Lane in Vanity Fair (1998). The same costume is also worn in Byron (2003) by Pauline Moran (Mrs. Curtain) when Byron arrives for the wedding, and by an extra at the Meryton Assembly Ball in Pride & Prejudice (2005).
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The tan and black striped gown with a black crepe bow on the bodice worn by Jemma Redgrave (Lady Bertram) in the final scene is the same gown worn to dinner by Rosemary Enright in The Regency House Party (2004), and by Gemma Jones (Mrs. Dashwood) to play cards at Barton Park in Sense and Sensibility (1995). The costume is also worn by an extra at the Netherfield Ball in Pride & Prejudice (2005), by Penny Downie (Lady Judith Milbanke) at dinner, after Annabella returns to her parents' house in Byron (2003), by Wendy Craig (Mrs.Lefroy) in The Real Jane Austen (2002), and by Francesca Annis (Lady Ludlow) in Cranford (2007).
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The white muslin dress with yellow overdress Michelle Ryan wears during the scene in which Sir Thomas asks Maria if she wants to marry Mr. Rushworth is the same gown Kate Winslet wears as Marianne Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility (1995) during the picnic scene, and a farmhouse servant wears in Eroica (2003).
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In the play rehearsal scene, James D'Arcy as Tom Bertram wears a brocade suit that was also worn by Corin Redgrave in Screen Two: Persuasion (1995). Redgrave wears the suit during the scene in which Sir Walter Elliot tries to induce Anne to accompany him to Lady Dalrymple's.
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The red print gown worn by Hayley Atwell (Mary Crawford) is the same costume worn by Susan Fleetwood (Lady Russell) at the party at Camden Place in Screen Two: Persuasion (1995), Catherine Bigg in The Real Jane Austen (2002), Sheila Gish (Mrs.Norris) while Fanny reads the newspaper aloud in Mansfield Park (1999), a guest at a London ball in Byron (2003), Elizabeth Devonport to dinner in The Regency House Party (2004), Daisy Haggard (Anne Steele) to the London ball in Sense & Sensibility (2008), and Alex Kingston (Mrs.Bennet) in Lost in Austen (2008).
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The cream gown with red trim Hayley Atwell (Mary Crawford) wears to the picnic is the same costume Natasha Little (Becky Sharp) wears at the Sedley's house in Vanity Fair (1998), and Cesca Martin wears in The Regency House Party (2004).
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The windowpane check gown worn by Billie Piper (Fanny Price) to cut lavender is the same gown worn by Rosamund Stephen (Henrietta Musgrove) in Persuasion (2007), Honeysuckle Weeks (Alice Cottisloe) in Victoria Wood: With All the Trimmings (2000), Victoria Hopkins in The Regency House Party (2004), and Emma Thompson (Elinor Dashwood) in Sense and Sensibility (1995). The same costume is also worn in Byron (2003) by an extra at the London party where Byron meets Annabella Milbanke.
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The gown of patterned gray muslin worn by Billie Piper as Fanny during the play rehearsal scene is the same gown worn by Jessica Oyelowo(Sarah) in Sleepy Hollow (1999), and by Thandie Newton (Sally Hemings) in Jefferson in Paris (1995). Sally's gown is made from the fabric selected by Thomas Jefferson and Mrs. Cosway.
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