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Turner & Hooch TV Series Returns for Part 3 Auction

Turner & Hooch TV Series Returns for Part 3 Auction

Jeff Schwarz, along with his team has been successfully running movie and TV set auctions for years now. They have been making these props more accessible through online auctions, giving fans the chance to own rare pieces amid the pandemic restrictions. The next auction is streaming live on January 30, 10 AM with a preview on Jan 29. Click here to register

Following the success of the Turner & Hooch Part 2 Auction, Direct Liquidation is again giving fans and TV set enthusiasts the chance to have their hands on multiple TV set items, wardrobe, and estate plus mystery movie props as part 3 of the Turner & Hooch TV Series. Interested bidders and TV fanatics can preview items on January 29, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at 2306 Madison Avenue, Burnaby.

TV set enthusiasts can place their bid on lamp racks, lighting fixtures, mannequin sets, dining sets, radiators, bean bags, house decors, board games, lego sets, and wardrobe collections. A great addition to a kitchen item collection is the Curio Cabinet with Collectible Spoons – glass front case while the brass lamp shade enhances the beauty of a bedroom. They can spruce their space with kitchen and dining room items or make household decoratives a centerpiece in their rooms. Those who are fascinated by cop items can have their hands on Tactical  SWAT vests and license plates. SWAT Gear for Derek, Trent, Grady & Jenna, Marshal’s Badges, Cypress Beach Badges, and  Handcuffs are also up for auction. Fans of sports teams such as Vancouver Cannucks, Green Bay Packers, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers, and more can also get their hands on hoodies. This auction will also feature exciting major movie set items that fans should watch out for. 

Turner & Hooch is a defunct Disney+ TV series that’s based on the 1989 Tom Hanks cop buddy film with the same title. The TV show has been canceled after one season, ending with a cliffhanger. Turner & Hooch TV series starred Josh Peck playing U.S. Marshal Scott Turner Jr., the son of Hanks’ original character. The premise of the story revolves around discovering that Scott’s dad might not have died accidentally. Together with his unruly furry buddy, Scott tries to solve the mystery of his father’s death. As Disney Plus pulls the plug for the TV series after season 1, Reginald VelJohnson who played David Sutton, former police detective partner of the late Scott Turner Sr., hinted at the possibility of the show’s return sharing how they are trying to sell it to another network.

Don’t miss out on unique and useful TV set items from Turner & Hooch plus mystery movie set props.

AUCTION DATE: January 30, 2022, 10 AM PDT

PICK UP DATES: January 30 – Feb 1st, 2022

PICK UP TIMES: SUN 2-5/MON & TUE 10-5

PICK UP LOCATION: DIRECT LIQUIDATION, 2306 MADISON AVE, BURNABY

NOTE: ITEMS NOT PICKED UP BY FEB 2nd at 2 PM WILL BECOME THE PROPERTY OF DIRECT LIQUIDATION

About Jeff Schwarz, The Liquidator

Jeff Schwarz has been in business for more than 25 years buying and selling pretty much everything. From liquidating merchandise in the streets of India to buying furniture in Indonesia and doing deals in China, Dubai, Canada, the United States, and Central America. Jeff Schwarz has also had a successful TV show called The Liquidator which is currently featured on Amazon Prime Video and Game TV. The show ran in over 160 countries with over 5 seasons of him doing business liquidating items and dealing with eccentric buyers and sellers. Awarded Top 3 Reality Show in the World at Banff Film Festival, Jeff’s motto is to buy low, sell high and keep the goods moving.

Jeff Schwarz, The Liquidator has been featured on:

– Amazon Prime Video

– Game TV

– Hit Series “The Liquidator”

– Marketwatch.com

– The Rush on Shaw TV

– Global News BC

– Toronto Star

– Globe & Mail

– CBC News

– An announcer at the Canada Reel Screen Awards & Leo Awards

– Breakfast Television

– Plus Numerous Appearances in TV and Movie

 

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