Crinolines on The Tube
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notice: These productions mostly contain lovely visions of bouffant skirts,
particularly of the 50's style, and might show peeks of petticoats.
Very few show full petti-views (these will be noted). We are also now adding productions which feature classic crinolines and petticoat as well. You might
also review the corsetfilm list located at here.
Many of the corset-era productions show gowns and petticoats as well!
Any rating comments obviously refer to the quality of the show vis-ā-vis frou-frou
If you think something is missing--tell us!
Note: All clips available here are for review purposes only, presented in order to entice the viewer to purchase the film in its entirety.
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SPECIAL PETTICOAT JUNCTION SECTION
(above right) Screen shot from an episode
A nice candid
autographed picture of
(above) Out-takes? [Click for larger]
(above) On the Ed Sullivan Show
Here's a great episode ('Honeymoon Hotel') with the girls in true Era dresses at a wedding. Swooonnn"!
VHS or CD
cover from the series,
"Gitti und Erika, a
popular German folkmusic act. The picture on the right is from a
program in 1990s. They don't dress quite so nicely these days, especially
when they on mainstream programs. There are dozens of regular "Volksmusik
and pretty petticoats on German
television. They used to be better a few years ago but there are plenty of
repeats of old shows and programs that show clips of old shows when the
costume were more "petticoatful".
(Compliments of Rhino)
Latin films on Television
A few years ago, Tessy received a video from an avid Pond fan with many excerpts of Latin films on it, mostly Mexican. In one case, the film portrayed a happy summer party with a myriad of 50s-styled petti-ed dresses on a myriad of pretty girls. Shelley was kind enough to render some frames for our enjoyment. With that, we present them to you! Wish we knew the title!
From a visitor: "On YouTube I discovered the Mexican telenovela Amor Real. The background of the series are the Mexican revolutionary uprisings in the 1860`s and, of course, many elaborate crinoline dresses are shown. I picked up a scene, when the heroine is getting dressed with a corset and a simplified crinoline-petticoat. Watch:Amor Real Cap 26 (4/4), Start at 4:32. Maybe there are more eye-catching moments."
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personalities Fearne Cotton (R)
The Wicked Sissy:
"I had downloaded the first episode of the new season (7) in 2017 of 'Once Upon A Time,' and was watching this morning, only to see the wonderful of sights: 'Cinderella,' was thrown from her carriage, (Don't worry, she was not injured) in an absolutely beautiful dress, head-over-heels. In the process, I was treated to the sight of her crinolines from underneath. (Her modesty remained intact, as I was unable to see anything but crinies and her dress.
"Here is the best picture I could snap
from the program, but I'm sure someone more skilled than I
could get a better one. I believe the whole incident
takes place from 2:34 to 2:44, but my version doesn't have
commercials, so I cant be completely sure."
Crinolyn has sent the
pertinent vidclip for us to
Crinolyn has sent the pertinent vidclip for us to enjoy.
Some more promo photos from BBC Children in Need
campaign, this time with an Alice in Wonderland
Click on frame
points to this still clip from a
A video from a 2014 PBS offering:
In this excerpt from the Independent
Lens documentary Las Marthas, it's two days before this U.S.-Mexico
border version of a Colonial ball, a tradition like no other, as participating
debutantes practice entrances and bowing while wearing their cumbersome gowns.
Rosario is nervous about all the details she has to remember as a newcomer to
the tradition, while maintaining grace under pressure. Frame at right.
(the musical) was produced live on network TV,
"A still clip taken from
the latest series of Dr Who, an
episode entitled 'The Magician's
Apprentice', in which actress Michelle Gomez
plays a character called 'Missy'. She is in
Victorian style costume and is letting her
petticoats show whilst sat down although
Paul B.: BBC's Bargain Hunt
"One of the
contestant's on the [19 Nov] programme was wearing a pink fluffy
petticoat under her skirt that was constantly showing below the hem by a
couple of inches. Naturally a totally delightful programme to watch
simply because of that. The first part of the programme shows the
contestants picking three items from various stalls to
"Here is the March 21, 1968 Radio Times with COME DANCING on the cover.
On the inner pages I found the two small black & white images."
The show was called 321 - it was a sort of convoluted themed game show; the presenter was a Ted Rogers. There is maybe an episode on
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