Oh I see. : )What I was trying to get across was that an actress who got married would keep her maiden name (in this case Cseh) for crediting while using her married name on a day-to-day basis (McDonald). Therefore likely that her her costume would be labelled by the name she goes by (McDonald) than the professional pseudonym (Cseh)
Most actresses keep their maiden name for crediting, since it's the name they have been going under - Nicole Kidman did not change to Cruise when they married. Outside of the name they use in screen accreditation, they may well use their married name.
Costumes may also get re-used in all sorts of productions after their primary appearance. What have those costumes been doing for the last 7 years?
Okay that seems to make a bunch of sence.
Let me see if these pics work: Click on pics to enlarge for detail.
There you can see the screen match! It's a definite match. Unless I'm completely blind... Now the guy who owns that mask in the pic says it belongs to Zsuzsanna Cseh. So in that pic if it's Cseh, which the person that mask was made for, than she also wore my dress.
But I'm thinking the mask he owns has her married name and my dress has her maiden name. Or, like you said, the costume was used again. Most likely in revelations as I can't think of many other films that would have need for such a dress.
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