Bernstein, Paula
April 2001
Daily Variety;04/02/2001, Vol. 271 Issue 24, p32
Trade Publication
Rules out a strike by members of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) in the summer of 2001 in the United States. Negotiator Ira Shepard's bases in making the claim; Strength of SAG moderates compared to that of hardliners; Recognition of the financial cost of the commercial actors' strike.


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