A fan of the working class realizes this sad bunch has fumbled their lines

Guider, Elizabeth
February 2009
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;2/6/2009, Vol. 408 Issue 24, p25
The article presents the author's views on the strikes of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. According to the author, the actors are so caught up in their internal wrangling that the issues still to be resolved have taken a back seat and the town of Hollywood is losing its patience.


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