24, JACK BAUER'S DAY 2 "ONE-OF-A-KIND" JACKET

original movie costume

This black Hugo Boss jacket with distressed dirt stains and tears was worn by Kiefer Sutherland who portrayed the legendary character "Jack Bauer" in the iconic TV show "24". The jacket was worn by Kiefer in episodes 9 & 10 of Day 2. This particular episode was very memorable as Jack Bauer was holding Nina Myers in custody when their plane suddenly crashed ! As Jack and Nina escaped the crash, they were attacked by the "Coral Snake" special unit of soldiers. Later in the scene, Nina gets ahold of a weapon and holds Jack hostage for ransom demands.  During this iconic sequence, Nina calls the White House and offers President Palmer information on the nuclear bombs location in exchange for full "immunity" for a future crime she has not yet commited. The future crime she wanted immunity from was "THE MURDER OF JACK BAUER" !! A tearful President Palmer regrettfully agrees to Nina's demands and Jack tells the President : "Mr. President, you are doing what must be done" !  Just a truly unforgettable moment in "24' history !  The jacket's exact dirt stains and very distinct shaped tear in the shoulder can all be easily screen matched by various screen shots from the episode. The jacket comes with a superb COA form the renowned Hollywood memorabilia company "The Propstore Of London". 

costume: collector:
category: original / screen-used
screen-matched
type: costumes/wardrobe
coa issued by: Propstore of London (1007)
original (988)  |  replica (19)
celebrity: Kiefer Sutherland (66)
original (57)  |  replica (9)
movie: 24 (TV) (2001)
original (241)  |  replica (39)
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