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The Trickle Down Effect 26 Oct 2000 12:21 #19516

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I recently read that the TV-Theatrical Contract Expires on July 1st of 2002. There is talk of a major strike by actors of both movies and T.V. How would that effect the theaters? How do you handle it? Or does it even make a difference? Like to hear opinions.
I know that there was a major strike back 1988 that lasted a record 154 days. What was it like back then?
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Re: The Trickle Down Effect 26 Oct 2000 15:16 #19517

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Hmmm!

Less Hollywood formula pictures, no sequals, and no famous actors past thir prime makeing films just for the money.

More foriegn films, more independant films more experimental films made without Hollywood names.

Bring it on!
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154 days wouldn't get us through the backlog of films that are already made and in the can.
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Re: The Trickle Down Effect 11 Nov 2000 19:56 #19519

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I agree with Large. #1 they are rushing to finish stuff so there will be a lot in the can. And........ #2 these guys are used to living the high life...all of them..... they'll cave fast.
Michael Hurley
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