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|Another World at JC Studio in Brooklyn|
|Topic Started: Jun 27 2010, 03:39 PM (234 Views)|
|RutherfordBHayes||Jun 27 2010, 03:39 PM Post #1|
||How long was AW at JC Studio in Brooklyn? I know that ATWT moved into JC after AW's cancellation in 1999.|
|Matt||Jun 27 2010, 03:52 PM Post #2|
Classic Soap Fan
I thought AW spent it's entire 35 years at the same studio in Brooklyn. SOMERSET, LOVERS & FRIEND/FOR RICHER, FOR POORER, & TEXAS were also taped there. I also want to say that there was at least another soap or two taped there as well (wasn't THE COSBY SHOW also taped there?).
|~bl~||Jun 27 2010, 06:56 PM Post #3|
||For a short time (maybe the first season or two) the Cosby show was in the same studio as Another World. I think they then moved to Queens.|
|TeleFan||Jul 13 2010, 06:17 AM Post #4|
In 1952, NBC bought the former Vitagraph/Warner Brothers studios to create their first color facility. JC Studios is named for James Clifton Stiegelbauer, a longtime set designer at NBC, whose sons bought the facility in 1999.
In addition to the soaps and Cosby, other programs that originated at 1268 East 14th Street in Brooklyn include DuPont Show of the Week, Hullabaloo, Perry Como Show, Sing Along With Mitch, Tic Tac Dough, Hallmark Hall of Fame and Kraft Music Hall, "Peter Pan" with Mary Martin and an Aqua Special starring Esther Williams was done in a swimming pool in Studio 1 which is now covered.
Studio 1 - 163 X 70 X 24 feet.
Studio 2 - 131 X 75 X 38 feet.
There are Hair, Make Up and Wardrobe areas with 31 dressing rooms.
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