Such a great dress! I've always wished Veronica had worn it somewhere in the actual film. The same goes for the (rather open) night gown she wore for the beautiful forest-set publicity photos for Dracula Has Risen From The Grave. Now I am sounding like a nerd! ;)
Nerd? Nooo! It's what makes the 'Hammer-World' go round, Sam! I have had much more intense conversations with people who will quite happily 'chew-the-cud' about the style of Peter Cushing's different hairpieces in the Frankenstein movies and Michael Ripper's 'most inviting' looking tavern!I know what you mean about Veronica's dress here and the Dracula night gown though. It was all a tease by the publicity dept. Shame on them. They knew how to grab our attention though;)
Aaaaah thanks. At the least, I feel very at home here. Brilliant re the M Rippers 's 'most inviting' looking tavern convo! I suppose the aforementioned garments may have lacked historical accuracy so weren't used in the actual films. This kind of acuracy (in terms of the wardrobe department) seemed to go out of the window post 1970 in favour of anything as revealing as possible...not that I'm complaining of course!
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