Paramount Studios – Stage 30

Date of Construction: 1930

Stages 29-32 (all adjacent to each other) were originally capable of being opened up into one huge stage, to allow long camera moves and continuous dancing sequences associated with the golden days of Fred Astaire / Ginger Rogers musicals. Stages 30 and 31 still have a soundproof partition between them which allows them to be joined to this day.

Seen on Screen: Paramount Studios [Stage_30]

Flying Down To Rio [Feature Film]1933Thornton FreelandIMDB Database page about Flying Down To Rio
Stage 29, Stage 30
The Gay Divorcee [Feature Film]1934Mark SandrichIMDB Database page about The Gay Divorcee
Stage 30, Stage 32
Top Hat [Feature Film]1935Mark SandrichIMDB Database page about Top Hat
Stage 30, Stage 31
Mannix [TV Series]1967-1975Richard Levinson, William LinkIMDB Database page about Mannix
Stage 10, Stage 28, Stage 30
Soul Train [TV Series]1971 - IMDB Database page about Soul Train
Stage 30
The Godfather [Feature Film]1972Francis Ford CoppolaIMDB Database page about The Godfather
Stage 27, Stage 30. Also the area outside Stages 29-31, the Gower St Gate and the NT Street backlot appear as Woltz International Pictures studio.
Little House on the Prairie [TV Series]1974 - 1983VariousIMDB Database page about Little House on the Prairie
Stage 30, Stage 31
Scrooged [Feature Film]1988Richard DonnerIMDB Database page about Scrooged
Stage 29, Stage 30
Addams Family Values [Feature Film]1993Barry SonnenfeldIMDB Database page about Addams Family Values
Stage 20: Ground / First floor of the house, with conservatory wall
Stage 31: Second floor of the house. Stage 30 was also used.
The Beautician and the Beast [Feature Film]1994Ken KwapisIMDB Database page about The Beautician and the Beast
Stage 30

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