Oh, God yes. I remember my sister's wedding dress. At least she shortened hers. Actually she looked real pretty. She even let us boy's not have to dress up.That, there was. In fact, the revival lasted well into the early 1980's ~ particularly in wedding fashions.
Too Lacy for me.Oh come on. Admit it. You were dying to put on a dress!
Cecil B. DeMille's Male and Female 1919 starring Gloria Swanson was based on the play The Admirable Chrichton 1902 written by James Barrie, perhaps best known as the Author of Peter Pan.One of her films, incidentally, was The Admirable Chrichton, an earlier version of which was recently mentioned in another quiz thread here on ET.
How true. I used Wikipedia for my info on The Admirable Chrichton which is pretty informative with all it's links when I posted the original question about Male And Female in the other topic. I wish I'd remembered to add the Shipwrecked 1918 into the pot though. So I knew there was earlier and later versions. I just didn't link it with Kenneth "Lightoller" More or Sally Ann Howes. Who is Truly Scrumptious at that. I don't know why she didn't catch on over here with folks in the U.S.???And even that wasn't the first version, George