Muriel King - Film Wardrobe

Film Wardrobe

Muriel King worked on wardrobe for the following films:

  • Sylvia Scarlett (1935, Katharine Hepburn's clothes.)
  • Stage Door (1937, gowns)
  • Manhattan Merry-Go-Round, (1937, Tamara Geva's gowns)
  • Appointment for Love (1941, Margaret Sullavan's gowns)
  • Back Street (1941, Margaret Sullavan's gowns)
  • The Woman in the Window (1944)
  • Casanova Brown (1944)
  • Christmas Holiday (1944)
  • Cover Girl (1944, gowns)

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