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Julie Harris (costume designer)

Julie Harris (born March 26, 1921)[1] is a British costume designer.

Born in London, Harris began her career in 1947 at Gainsborough Pictures with Holiday Camp, the forerunner of the Huggett family film series. She worked steadily on feature films throughout the next three decades, hitting her stride in the 1960s, before shifting her attention to television movies until her retirement in 1991.

Notable credits

Awards and nominations

References

  • Harper, Sue, Women in British Cinema: Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know. London: Continuum International Publishing Group 2000. ISBN 0-8264-4733-3, pp. 215-16
  1. ^ Harris, Julie. "Julie Harris". British Film Institute. Retrieved 8 November 2013. 

External links

  • Julie Harris at the Internet Movie Database
  • 2002 National Film Theatre interview
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