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Going Going Gone - First Episode

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2000

Each episode of Going Going Gone introduces sellers as they head to auction, and then sees if buyers agree with their valuations when the items go under the hammer. This opening episode heads to Turners for a classic car auction, and follows a woman selling off her antique family furniture, as her heirlooms are assessed then presented for sale by auctioneer James Parkinson. The show ends with a teaser: the arrival of a bejewelled solid gold bull at Webb’s auction house. The long-running popular factual show was made by Greenstone Productions for TVNZ. 

I'm addicted: it's something that we haven't got, and we'll probably outbid most others...
– Classic car collector Don Nightingale eyes up a Dodge

Key Cast & Crew

John Sumner

Narrator

Megan Jones

Director

Andrea Lamb

Producer

Jan McKinlay

Sound Recordist

Steve Robinson

Composer

Jess Feast

Research

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Produced by

Greenstone TV

Source


Greenstone TV