Contents 1 History 2 Shows produced at Prospect 3 References 4 Notes

History[edit] Elizabeth Vargas anchors ABC World News Tonight from ABC News' Los Angeles Bureau, located at The Prospect Studios until 2011. Opening in 1915 as The Vitagraph Studio, the original silent film plant included two daylight film stages, support buildings and many exterior film sets. In 1925, Vitagraph's founder Albert Smith sold the company to the Warner brothers. In 1927, the facility became The Warner East Hollywood Annex and was used for many large-scale films. Here, in 1927, Warner Bros. shot portions of The Jazz Singer, the first film with synchronised sound, using the Vitaphone process. The "interior" club scenes for the film were shot in Stage 5, still located today in the center of the Studio Lot. In the 1930s and '40s, Warner Bros. continued to shoot on the Lot using large water tanks, ship and backlot sets. In 1948, the property was sold to the newly formed American Broadcasting Company, and the lot was re-equipped for television as the ABC Television Center. ABC proceeded to base their new Los Angeles television station, KECA-TV (now KABC-TV) in the newly purchased lot, a year later. Construction on the studio lot to bring it to its current form took place in 1957. ABC still uses the Prospect facility as a network retransmission center for its programming. Many memorable television shows, including those produced for ABC, other networks or syndication, have been produced in the studios. The third JFK/Nixon debate was partially held in this studio on October 13, 1960, with Kennedy in a New York studio, while Nixon and the interviewing panel were based at the Prospect lot, albeit in separate studios to insure fairness between the candidates. American Bandstand started recording there in 1964 (moving from Philadelphia). ABC's longest running program, General Hospital, now in its 54th year on the air, has been taped at this location since the mid-1980s after relocating from the Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood. Many other classic television shows were also produced there including The Lawrence Welk Show, Barney Miller, Fridays, Mr. Belvedere, Welcome Back, Kotter, Benson, and Soap. Barney Miller, Benson and Soap were also shot at Sunset Gower Studios. Four of the most well-known game shows in television history were recorded at ABC Television Center: Family Feud (1976–85, hosted by Richard Dawson), Let's Make a Deal (1968–76, hosted by Monty Hall), The Dating Game (1965–74, hosted by Jim Lange), and The Newlywed Game (1966–74, hosted by Bob Eubanks). Other game shows taped there included The Better Sex (1977-78, hosted by Bill Anderson and Sarah Purcell), Break the Bank (1976-77, hosted by Tom Kennedy for the daytime and Jack Barry for syndication), Match Game (1990-91, hosted by Ross Shafer), Password and Password All-Stars (1971–75, both hosted by Allen Ludden). John Davidson, along with Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton and Cathy Lee Crosby co-hosted That's Incredible!, an ABC show that ran from 1980 to 1984, and considered one of the first true shows of the reality television genre. ABC's long-running show, America's Funniest Home Videos, taped here from 1990 to 1993. The Los Angeles Bureau of ABC News was also located at The Prospect Studios until it was moved to the KABC-TV studios in Glendale in 2011. The facility also served as broadcast headquarters for ABC's coverage of the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games. In 1996, ABC became part of The Walt Disney Company, the origins of which trace back to its first studio in Silver Lake. As the television and film industry entered the next millennium, the lot was renamed The Prospect Studios. In 2002, the property underwent a major renovation to position its facilities for the future and new technical innovation. Current shows besides General Hospital produced here include ABC's medical drama Grey's Anatomy.

Shows produced at Prospect[edit] 1984 Summer Olympic Games ABC World News Tonight (periodically anchored out of Los Angeles; segments also produced here) All-Star Blitz (1985) Amanda's American Bandstand (1963-1989) America's Funniest Home Videos (1990–1993, 1996-1997) America's Funniest People (1990–1992) Animal Crack-Ups (1987–90) American Journal (1993-94) AM Los Angeles (shown locally on KABC-TV) Barney Miller Benson The Better Sex Break the Bank (1976 on ABC Daytime; 1976–77, syndicated nighttime version) Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak (1986) The Dating Game (1965–73) The Dick Cavett Show Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve (musical performances) Diff'rent Strokes (final season, 1985–86) The Dolly Parton Show Double Talk (1986) The Ernie Kovacs Show Eyewitness News (KABC-TV edition) Family Feud (1976–1985) Fridays General Hospital Grey's Anatomy Hail to the Chief High Rollers (1986 pilot only) Hot Seat It's a Living (1st 2 seasons only) It's Garry Shandling's Show (first two seasons) The Krypton Factor (1981 US Version) Let's Make a Deal (1968–76 seasons) The Lawrence Welk Show (some seasons; others were at the Hollywood Palladium)[1] Live with Regis & Kelly (a week of shows in Los Angeles, March 2007) Love Connection (1984–87) Married... with Children (Seasons 1 and 2 episodes only) Match Game (1990–1991) Moesha (season 1 only) Mr. Belvedere (1985–1990) The Newlywed Game (1966–74)[2] The Oprah Winfrey Show (periodic West Coast shows) Password (1971–75) Port Charles Rhyme and Reason Run for the Money (1987 pilot produced by Reg Grundy Productions; later became Going for Gold in Great Britain) Second Chance The Shield Showoffs (1975) Soap Soap Talk The Sonny and Cher Show (1976–1977) Space Patrol (1950–1955) Split Second (1972-75) That's Incredible! That's My Mama (some Season 1 episodes taped at CBS Television City) Three's a Crowd Three's Company (Some of 1st season) Trivia Trap The View (periodic West Coast shows) Welcome Back, Kotter We Got It Made (1987-88 syndicated version) What's Happening!! Who's The Boss? (1985-1992) You Asked for It

References[edit] ABC Television Center on IMDbPro (subscription required) The Prospect Studios

Notes[edit] ^ Kaufman, Dave (1968). TV 69: Who's Who, What's What in the New TV Season (mass market paperback). New York: Signet. p. 123.  ^ Kaufman, p. 131 Coordinates: 34°06′08″N 118°16′58″W / 34.10222°N 118.28278°W / 34.10222; -118.28278 v t e Walt Disney Studios Production Walt Disney Pictures Disneynature Lucasfilm Marvel Studios Animation Walt Disney Animation Studios DisneyToon Studios Pixar Distribution Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Touchstone Pictures El Capitan complex El Capitan Theatre Hollywood Masonic Temple Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Disney Music Group Walt Disney Records Hollywood Records Disney Theatrical Group Disney on Ice Disney Theatrical Productions (Disney On Broadway) New Amsterdam Theatre Studio Production Services Golden Oak Ranch The Prospect Studios Walt Disney Studios (Burbank) Former units Caravan Pictures Circle 7 Animation Hollywood Pictures Miramax Dimension Films Key people Sean Bailey Ed Catmull Kevin Feige Alan F. Horn Kathleen Kennedy John Lasseter Thomas Schumacher Related Feld Entertainment Ice Follies And Holiday on Ice UTV Motion Pictures Disney Television Animation Parent: The Walt Disney Company v t e American Bandstand Hosts Bob Horn (1952–1956) Tony Mammarella (1956) Dick Clark (1956–1989) Donna Summer (May 27, 1978 co-host) David Hirsch (1989) Rick Azar (substitute host) Joe Grady (The 950 Club) Buster Jones (Soul Unlimited) Other crew-members Charlie O'Donnell (1958-1969) Edward Yates (1952-1969) Production companies WFIL-TV (1952–1964) Walter Annenberg The Philadelphia Inquirer Dick Clark Productions (1964–1989) Snader Telescriptions Official Films Filming locations WFIL-TV's Studio 'B' (October 7, 1952-1964) RCA TK-40/41 ABC Television Center in Los Angeles (Stage 54 or Stage 55) (February 8, 1964-September 5, 1987) KCET's Studio B (September 19, 1987-June 4, 1988) Universal Studios Hollywood (April 8, 1989-October 7, 1989) Original networks WFIL-TV (1952–1957) ABC (1957–1987) Children's programming on ABC Syndicated (1987–1988) LBS Communications USA Network (1989) Theme music composers Artie Shaw ("High Society") Larry Elgart ("Bandstand Boogie") Mike Curb ("Bandstand Theme") 1969-1974 Joe Porter ("Bandstand Boogie") 1974-1977 Barry Manilow ("Bandstand Boogie") 1977-1987 Billy Preston ("Space Race") 1974-1987 Related shows The Dick Clark Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show (February 15, 1958–September 10, 1960) Soul Unlimited (1973) Similar shows Bandstand The Buddy Deane Show Soul Train The Clay Cole Show Electric Circus Top of the Pops Related articles List of acts who appeared on American Bandstand Retrieved from "" Categories: Television studios in the United StatesAmerican Broadcasting CompanyDisney production studiosThe Walt Disney StudiosBuildings and structures in Los Angeles1915 establishments in CaliforniaHidden categories: Pages containing links to subscription-only contentCoordinates on Wikidata

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