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Old 07-26-2011, 05:44 AM   #16
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It was probably cheaper to use stock footage than update it they did have a budget to stick with. I lived in my old neighborhood and it never changed until after 12 years.
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Comedyfreak is right. For example, Dobie Gillis always used stock footage of city traffic that was very obviously out-of-date. The producers of these shows saved money where they could due to budget constraints.
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:50 PM   #18
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Comedyfreak is right. For example, Dobie Gillis always used stock footage of city traffic that was very obviously out-of-date. The producers of these shows saved money where they could due to budget constraints.


What city was Dobie Gillis set in?
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Old 08-10-2011, 10:17 PM   #19
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I hear that All in the Family and Maude had footage from the 60s. Now what about Good Times? Was that from the 60s too, or was that filmed later in the 70s when it took place? I also wondered about some of the places in the first two seasons of the Jeffersons. Were any of those from the 60s or were those all from the time that opening sequence was done with Sherman Hemsley and Isabel Sanford?
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I hear that All in the Family and Maude had footage from the 60s. Now what about Good Times? Was that from the 60s too, or was that filmed later in the 70s when it took place? I also wondered about some of the places in the first two seasons of the Jeffersons. Were any of those from the 60s or were those all from the time that opening sequence was done with Sherman Hemsley and Isabel Sanford?


How could the Jeffersons opening be from any other time period if Sherman and Isabel were in the footage?-LOL

Good Times is from the 70's
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And the footage of the Bunker home was not even from Astoria. It was from Glendale. An entirely different neighborhood in Queens. Astoria is Northeast while Glendale is more in the lower center of Queens - not too far from the (northern) Brooklyn border.
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And the footage of the Bunker home was not even from Astoria. It was from Glendale. An entirely different neighborhood in Queens. Astoria is Northeast while Glendale is more in the lower center of Queens - not too far from the (northern) Brooklyn border.


I still can't believe that Bunker House is across the street from a cemetary lol
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I still can't believe that Bunker House is across the street from a cemetary lol

A considerable amount of the land area in Glendale & Maspeth is cemetary land - this is in the middle of Qns - far away from Astoria - lol - which is in NE Qns
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