Malcolm Cecil remembers finding out that Chris Stone had rented out Studio B  for a movie.  (Note the beautiful John Storyk-designed cabinets that were designed to house  Margouleff and Cecil’s TONTO)

“We booked (Studio B) out but occasionally  we weren’t there so Chris Stone would rent it out, which is how it got into Phantom of Paradise. He rented it out to a film crew and didn’t even tell us he’d done it. And he told them they could use Tonto as a prop. Boy, were we mad. They were supposed to use Tonto in the soundtrack whenever it was envisioned, it ended up being Paul Williams and his piano.”