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This costume design sketch by Herschel (Herschel McCoy) is for Deborah Kerr as Lygia in Quo Vadis from 1951

This costume design sketch by Herschel (Herschel McCoy) is for Deborah Kerr as Lygia in Quo Vadis from 1951

Costume Sketch  Herschel McCoy  c.1940 LACMA  fonte: http://ellimiss.tumblr.com

Costume Sketch Herschel McCoy c.1940 LACMA fonte: http://ellimiss.tumblr.com

PAIR OF HERSCHEL MCCOY COSTUME SKETCHES FROM THE PRODIGAL

PAIR OF HERSCHEL MCCOY COSTUME SKETCHES FROM THE PRODIGAL

Lana Turner's "Samarra" down and cape from The Prodigal designed by Herschel McCoy 1955

Lana Turner's "Samarra" down and cape from The Prodigal designed by Herschel McCoy 1955

Costume Sketch   Herschel McCoy  c.1940

Costume Sketch Herschel McCoy c.1940

Herschel McCoy - Costumes - Esquisses et Croquis - Quo Vadis - Figurant - 1951

Herschel McCoy - Costumes - Esquisses et Croquis - Quo Vadis - Figurant - 1951

Herschel McCoy

Herschel McCoy

Costume sketch of Robert Taylor for Quo Vadis attributed to Herschel McCoy and sketched by Valles

Costume sketch of Robert Taylor for Quo Vadis attributed to Herschel McCoy and sketched by Valles

Harvest brown stretch fabric toga/gown with gold lamé appliqué trim worn by Deborah Kerr as "Portia" in Julius Caesar (1953)

Harvest brown stretch fabric toga/gown with gold lamé appliqué trim worn by Deborah Kerr as "Portia" in Julius Caesar (1953)

Lana Turner “Samarra” gown and cape designed by Herschel McCoy from The Prodigal - (MGM, 1955) Lana Turner ably portrays the high priestess to a pagan god, in essence a “concubine for hire” for those wealthy enough to make the proper “offerings” in Richard Thorpe’s biblical epic The Prodigal.

Lana Turner “Samarra” gown and cape designed by Herschel McCoy from The Prodigal - (MGM, 1955) Lana Turner ably portrays the high priestess to a pagan god, in essence a “concubine for hire” for those wealthy enough to make the proper “offerings” in Richard Thorpe’s biblical epic The Prodigal.

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