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Starsky & Hutch TV Show Collectibles Values

ABC-TV's popular police drama Starsky & Hutch aired from 1975 to 1979 starring Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul in the title roles with Bernie Hamilton and Antonio Fargas in support. Valuable Starsky & Hutch TV show collectibles include Mego action figures, original television scripts, Fleetwood Toys cap and water pistols, old TV Guides, Mego battery-operated cars and Corgi Junior car sets.

Starksy & Hutch (1975-79) was one of the more popular police shows of the 1970s. William Blinn was the series' creator, with Paul Michael Glaser (Detective Dave Starsky), David Soul (Detective Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson), Antonio Fargas (Huggy Bear) and Bernie Hamilton (Captain Harold Dobey) heading the cast. Here are ten valuable Starsky & Hutch TV show collectibles that are sure to excite fans and collectors....

Starsky & Hutch Mego Ford Gran Torino Car

Mego produced the Starsky & Hutch battery-operated Ford Gran Torino police car with accessories in the mid 1970s. One example still near mint in its box sold at auction for $407.31. It's considered to be one of the top items in the Starsky & Hutch TV collectibles field.

Starsky & Hutch battery-operated toy $407.31 - Hake's Americana & Collectibles

Starsky & Hutch Cap Guns

A pair of Starsky & Hutch cap guns – one a 9mm automatic and the other a .357 Magnum – made by Fleetwood Toys Inc. of New York City still in their original bags brought $86.25 at auction.

Starsky & Hutch toy guns $86.25 - Hake's Americana & Collectibles

Starsky & Hutch Adventure Book

Golden All-Star Book published the Starsky & Hutch adventure book in 1977. This item carries a value of approximately $15 in excellent condition.

Starsky & Hutch Captain Dobey Mego Figure

Mego produced the Captain Dobey action figure in 1976. Find one still on its original illustrated card and it could sell for over $35.

Starsky & Hutch Corgi Junior Toy Car Set

Corgi Junior produced the Starsky & Hutch toy car set in 1977 bearing the familiar copyright from Spelling-Goldberg Productions. Find this one in mint condition still in its package and it could be worth $50 or more.

Starsky & Hutch car set $50+ - Hake's Americana & Collectibles

Starsky & Hutch Huggy Bear Figure

Mego produced the popular Huggy Bear action figure in 1976. When found still on its original illustrated card this item is valued at over $40.

Starsky & Hutch .357 and 9mm Automatic Water Pistols

Fleetwood Toys Inc. made the official Starsky & Hutch .357 Magnum and 9mm automatic water pistols in 1976. When found still in their original bags these pistols can sell for over $40 each.

Starsky & Hutch Mego Figures

A pair of Mego action figures still on their original cards for detectives Dave Starsky and Ken Hutchinson sold at auction for $56.

Starsky & Hutch TV Script Collection

A collection of 45 original Starsky & Hutch television scripts from 1976-78 brought $298.75 at auction.

Starsky & Hutch script lot $298.75 - Heritage Auctions

Starsky & Hutch, TV Guide, November 27, 1976

Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul of Starsky & Hutch grace the cover of the November 27, 1976, issue of TV Guide. This edition is valued at $15-20 in top condition.

Starsky & Hutch TV Show Collectibles Credits

  • Auction results/values courtesy Hake's Americana & Collectibles, York, Pennsylvania; Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas; TV Guide Specialists, Macomb, Illinois

Top Image

  • David Soul, left, and Paul Michael Glaser in Starsky & Hutch - ABC-TV

Copyright © 2012 William J. Felchner. All rights reserved.

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Comments (2)

I remember that TV series well. One of my favorites back in the day.

My brothers loved this show. 

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