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The Sentinel set itself apart from the majority of other productions in that it maintained, for the most part, an open set policy -- that is, it was possible for fans to arrange visits to the studios housing the Sentinel sound-stages and production offices.

The Sentinel was filmed at North Shore Studios -- home of FOX's The X-Files -- first and second seasons and moved into the new Paramount/Pet Fly Productions facility at 2820 Bentall Street for third and fourth seasons. Originally a Molson brewery, the Bentall Street facility operated four sound-stages (housing The Sentinel and VIPER) and had space for several more. (Had it been picked up, the show It's True would also have been housed at 2820 Bentall).

Several groups were able to visit the sets and location shoots while the show was in production and Richard Burgi, Garett Maggart and Bruce Young were unfailingly gracious, patient and personable, as were the supporting cast and production crew. Unfortunately, due to the much more tightly controlled environment of the studio sound-stages, the opportunity to take photos of the cast during rehearsals or filming very seldom arose; most photos taken at 2820 Bentall were candids or posed shots taken during filming breaks.

"Dead Certain" (Season 3) -- Sentinel stages, 2820 Bentall Street, October 31st 1997

"Love Kills" (Season 3) -- Chinatown location shoot, February 13th 1998

"Four Point Shot" (Season 4) -- Pacific Coliseum location shoot, September 16th 1998
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