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Paramount Stage 19 is located on the Paramount Pictures lot in Hollywood, California.

Before the merging of Desilu and Paramount Pictures in late-1967, this stage was known as Desilu Stage 11. It served as the main soundstage for the sitcom My Three Sons between 1960 and 1967. [1] After My Three Sons moved to another location, Stage 11 housed sets for Mission: Impossible.

1967 Edit

In February 1967, Stage 11 was used to film the Twenty-First Street Mission interiors for the Star Trek: The Original Series episode, "The City on the Edge of Forever". Filming took place on Monday 6 February 1967. The sets of My Three Sons were already struck down by the time, which allowed the construction crew to erect their sets on this stage. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One)

In November 1967, Stage 11 housed the office and headquarters interiors of Jojo Krako, as well as the Iotian radio broadcast room for "A Piece of the Action". Filming took place on Tuesday 7 November 1967 and Wednesday 8 November 1967. On Friday 1 December 1967, the stage was used to film the Ekosian jail interiors for "Patterns of Force". (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season Two)

The same month the stage was utilized to film the Kohm village interiors (including the laboratory and the jail), as well as the Yang's "hut" for "The Omega Glory". Filming took place on Friday 15 December 1967, Monday 18 December 1967, and between Wednesday 20 December 1967 and Friday 22 December 1967. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season Two)



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