Passed | | Drama, Romance
According to a contemporary article in Film Daily, costume designer Orry-Kelly created twenty gowns for Jean Muir and seventeen for Verree Teasdale. Another article in The Hollywood Reporter noted the extensive wardrobe actually held up the start of production - along with the fact that George Brent was also working on another film at the time.
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When Lois is at the designer studio looking at a sketch of a gown, the white stripe on the black gown runs down the left side. In the next shot, when she's shown wearing the dress, the stripe is on the right side.
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