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Directors' Strike #297975

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 01, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Los Angeles, California) Possibility of strike by movie and television dirs. and implications for summer Olympics and political convs. examined; films shown. [Strike preparation committee spokesperson Jackie COOPER - hopes preparations are unnecessary.] [Directors Guild of America president Gilbert CATES - claims issues under discussion will have long-range impact on nation] Role of home video cassettes in strike explained; discussed. [Screen Actors Guild spokesperson Ken ORSATTI - fears major labor confrontation in industry unless cassette issue is resolved.] [Producers spokesperson Charles WEISENBERG - agrees.]

Dean, Morton;
Dow, David

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