This stage was formerly the home of the Special Effects Stages attraction on the Lower Lot.
In 2010 the stage was demolished to make room for Transformers: The Ride.
FROM LA TIMES – NOVEMBER 1 1995:
A small fire at Universal Studios on Tuesday morning [31 October 1995] prompted firefighters to shut down four sound stages at the entertainment complex, a Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman said.
Firefighter Larry Duran said the fire started about 9 a.m. near the “Cinemagic” portion of the Universal Studios tour. The fire was doused in about 20 minutes but not before ripping through a wall on Sound Stage No. 32.
Duran said no one was injured. The amount of damage was not disclosed.
The cause was under investigation.
Seen on Screen: Universal Studios Hollywood [Stage_32]
|To Kill A Mockingbird [Feature Film]||1962||Robert Mulligan|
|Courthouse Square, Stage 29, Stage 30 [courthouse interior], Stage 32. The courthouse interior built on Stage 30 was a painstakingly accurate reproduction of the courthouse at Monroeville, Alabama.|
|The whole street featured in the movie was built on the backlot, adjacent to the New York Street sets. The Boo Radley house was designed by Henry Bumstead and built at Universal, while all other houses were moved to the backlot from Chaves Ravine, where developers were clearing the land for the Dodgers Stadium. The houses were bought for $1 each from developers. The Boo Radley house remains on Elm Street to this day.|
|The Birds [Feature Film]||1963||Alfred Hitchcock|
|Stage 28, Stage 32, Stage 44|
|The Killers [Feature Film]||1964||Don Siegel|
|Stage 30 and Stage 32|
|The Munsters [TV Series]||1964||Ezra Stone|
|Colonial Street - Munster home. Stage 30 & Stage 32 were used for interiors.|
|Torn Curtain [Feature Film]||1966||Alfred Hitchcock|
|New York Street, Stage 28 (including the Paris Opera House sets for the Theatre scene), Stage 32.|
|Hellfighters [Feature Film]||1968||Andrew V. McLaglen|
|The Night Stalker [TV Series]||1972||John Llewellyn Moxey|
|The Sting [Feature Film]||1973||George Roy Hill|
|Brownstone Street and New York Street feature as Old Chicago. The theater on the south side of New York Street featured as the exterior of the Burlesque Theater, and an elevated rail track was built to run above the street. The Paris Opera House sets on Stage 28 were used for the theater interior scenes. Stage 12, Stage 22, Stage 23, Stage 24, Stage 27 and Stage 32 were also used.|
141′ long, 89′ wide, 30′ high (12,549 sq ft.)