Hollywood Center Studios

Hollywood Center Studios

Hollywood Center Studios

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Hollywood Center Studios is a company based in Los Angeles, California which provides stage facilities to television and movie production companies. Its sound stages, located at 1040 N. Las Palmas Avenue in Hollywood, California, are steeped in Hollywood history. Many game shows were filmed there in the 1980s and 1990s, and most from the 1970s through today.


  • The studios were originally constructed in 1919.
  • In 1928, Howard Hughes used the stages to shoot the silent version of Hell's Angels (it was later entirely reshot and released as a sound film in 1930). at Internet Movie Database
  • Monogram Studios took up residence before moving to where KCET is currently located.
  • General Service Studios became the tenant in the 1930s.
  • The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet filmed almost the entire run of its series here. For its final season it was forced to relocate to the Desilu-Culver lot. Filmways, already using virtually every other available stage, needed more space and Green Acres took over use of Stage 5. General Service Studio was also the 'home away from home' for various 'studio brats' like Ricky Nelson, Connie Harkins, and Zane Ashton.

  • Pace Records operated out of the studio during the late 1950s'. Formed by actor George Skaff and producer Marc Raymond, the label never achieved any notable status although they did release a large number of rock and roll records. However they did use a regular group of musicians on their records,......
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