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Raymond Hughes

Date of passing: 
December 16, 2015

Obituary

Obituary: 

Raymond Hughes was a costume designer best known for his Emmy Award-winning work on the 1974 miniseries The Pallisers. The series followed the novels of Anthony Trollope, and was set in the House of Commons in Great Britain.

Hughes, who grew up in Llanfairfechan, Wales, also worked on the miniseries Point Counter Point, Wives and Daughters, Prince Regent and Master of the Game.

Hughes joined the BBC as a costume designer in 1966 and went on to design costumes for the TV shows BBC Show of the Week, Top of the Pops, Doctor Who and Jack the Ripper. He also worked on the telefilms The Merchant of Venice, Othello, King Lear, Jekyll & Hyde, Frankenstein and The Boy Who Would Be King.

Raymond Hughes was a costume designer best known for his Emmy Award-winning work on the 1974 miniseries The Pallisers. The series followed the novels of Anthony Trollope, and was set in the House of Commons in Great Britain.

Hughes, who grew up in Llanfairfechan, Wales, also worked on the miniseries Point Counter Point, Wives and Daughters, Prince Regent and Master of the Game.

Hughes joined the BBC as a costume designer in 1966 and went on to design costumes for the TV shows BBC Show of the Week, Top of the Pops, Doctor Who and Jack the Ripper. He also worked on the telefilms The Merchant of Venice, Othello, King Lear, Jekyll & Hyde, Frankenstein and The Boy Who Would Be King.

Additionally, he worked on the feature films Return to Oz, Young Sherlock Holmes, The Whistle Blower and The Musketeer.

Hughes died December 16, 2015. He was 78.

 

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AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

1 Nomination 1 Emmy
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