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The Red DeathJust going to say this right off the bat, comparing the Red Death costume is unfair. The cheap rs gold
Red Death costume is the Phantom only real costume change in the
musical. He wears this when he crashes the Masquerade. The concept for
this costume is lifted from the book and it's pretty much based on the
costume wore by Lon Chaney in the 1925 movie version.
In the musical, the Phantom wears a full skull mask, a massive hat
with feathers and gold trimming and a renaissance looking outfit with
huge puffy sleeves. The costume has lots of ribbon details. It very over
the top in a great way. It's a statement costume and a show stopper or
in the case of the narrative a party stopper.
The movie version by contrast is much more subdue and streamline. He
is pretty wearing a red velvet suit with a half skull mask. Much like
Christine Daae's masquerade costume, this one doesn't feel like a
costume in the same way as the musical. It is more costume like compared
to Christine's pink ball gown but for costume in a movie that is meant
to be a costume in the story, it just doesn't work. It a decent
interpretation of the musical version but it doesn't measure up.
In the musical the Phantom dons a full cloak and hood which disguises
him from Christine who doesn't know it's him till she feels his mask
through the hood. In the movie it is super apparent that Christine knows
that it's the Phantom. Most people have complained about this aspect in
the musical, that Christine should have recognize the Phantom's voice
even with hi wearing a cloak.
So we have one costume that is a full back cloak that muddles
elements of Christine's character and a costume that looks like it
should be on a romance book cover. Movie gets the point though I would
point out that the mask used in this scene messes up the deformity as
when Christine takes off the mask, it's clear that mask wouldn't have
covered it all.
The Point of No Return During The Point of No Return the Phantom
takes the stage with Christine. The musical and the movie take vastly
different approaches to this costume.In the Movie, Phantom dons a cape, a
leather mask, a ruffle shirt with a black jacket and pants. The cape
has some floral details with pom pom trim that matches the tango like
mood of the scene.