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Own a Piece of a Locally Shot TV Show


by Stephen Becker 3 Nov 2010

Over the last several years, a slew of television shows have shot in North Texas. Some have been hits (Prison Break) and some came and went before you had a chance to miss them (The Deep End, Lone Star). What they have in common aside from where they shot is that they each required wardrobes, set furniture and other props. And even though the shows are gone, a lot of that stuff is still here. And it’s looking for a new home.

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Over the last several years, a slew of television shows have shot in North Texas. Some have been hits (Prison Break) and some came and went before you had a chance to miss them (The Deep End, Lone Star).

What they have in common aside from where they shot is that they each required wardrobes, set furniture and other props. And even though the shows are gone, a lot of that stuff is still here. And it’s looking for a new home.

On Nov. 11 (7 a.m. – 7 p.m.) and Nov. 12 (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) many of those pieces from TV’s not-too-distant past will go on sale at The Studios at Las Colinas. I’ll be headed over for a looksee early next week, but Elise Graham, the production coordinator for the short-lived Jon Voight series Lone Star, tells me that items can be had at 50 cents on the dollar.

So it sounds like there are good deals to be had. And, you just might walk away humming this:

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