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Hollywood / Strike #66654

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 21, 1980
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(Studio) television and movie industry said threatened by strike of Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of television and Radio Artists; number of performers involved noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Hollywood, California) Demands of unions, whose strike is halting product on major shows, include "The Love Boat", noted; scenes shown courtesy Aaron Spelling Prods. [Ed ASNER - comments.] Possibility of more reruns noted; scenes from "The Jeffersons" shown courtesy TAT Prod. [Executive producer Mike MILLIGAN - comments.] Daytime programming and news said unaffected by strike; details given.
REPORTER: John North

North, John;
Robinson, Max

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