Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank

Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, formerly known as Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Studios (1967–1970) and The Burbank Studios (1972–1990), is a major filmmaking facility owned and run by Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. in Burbank, California.[1] First National Pictures built the 62-acre (25 ha) studio lot in 1926 as it expanded from a film distributor to film production.[2]

Warner Bros. Studios
The iconic historic WB water tower
LocationBurbank, California, United States
AddressMain lot:
4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank, CA
411 N. Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA
Opening date1926; 96 years ago (1926)
ManagerWarner Bros. Studio Facilities
OwnerWarner Bros. Studio Facilities
(Warner Bros.)
No. of tenantsWarner Bros. Pictures (1923–present)
The CW (2006–present)
Size62 acres (25 ha)

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