The series Full House should be familiar to almost everyone, at the latest after the Netflix Revival Fuller House. The series itself plays a lot in the house of Tanners and most of the scenes are set indoors. The few outdoor scenes that exist were partly shot in the studio, but especially from the intro, many locations were shot outside the studios.
The Tanner House
The house, which was used for the exterior view, really stands in San Francisco, California, USA. Built in 1883, the house was for sale in 2016 for $4.15 million. The house was finally sold in December 2016. The new owner is none other than Jeff Franklin, producer of Full House and Fuller House. He now wants to design the house exactly as in the series, which should also mean new outdoor shots for Fuller House, as the former homeowner banned further filming in 1987.
The interior shots were of course shot in the studio.
The Golden Gate Bridge
The car ride over the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco can be seen right at the beginning of the intro.
To be seen at the end of the intro: The Tanner family picks on the lawn in a park. It is sometimes mistakenly assumed that the house is also there, but in fact they are about a mile apart. The park is the Alamo Square Park and in the background you can see a row of Victorian houses, one of the most photographed residential streets in America.
Also right at the beginning of the intro you can see a Cable Car with the tanners driving up a road.
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