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Old 09-05-2015, 02:10 PM   #1
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Default Happy Days Season 1 an 2 could have been in a live studio audience

Hey I have a question an it just hit me if both Happy Days season 1 an 2 would have went in front of a live studio audience like the odd couple would the series could have been better any replies
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Hey I have a question an it just hit me if both Happy Days season 1 an 2 would have went in front of a live studio audience like the odd couple would the series could have been better any replies
I believe it was a creative choice by the producers to shoot the series on film for the first two seasons. I think they were trying to give the show the same look as the movie "American Graffitti" which is the movie that inspired the network to air a show set in the 50's.
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The entire series was shot on film.
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