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March 7, 1999 | STEVE HOCHMAN
The proposed merger of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists failed, but SAG President Richard Masur still represents more than 12,000 people--some due to be honored on the SAG Awards telecast tonight. Masur, 50, has also been on screen for 25 years, in both comedy (TV's "One Day at a Time") and bad-guy roles (alongside Gene Hackman in "Under Fire").
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November 6, 1999 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a stunning upset, actor William Daniels was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, defeating incumbent Richard Masur following a bitter campaign that had sharply split the union representing film and TV actors. Results released late Friday night by SAG showed Daniels receiving 10,008 votes, to Masur's 8,972 votes. A third candidate, actress Angeltompkins, received 2,015. Voting was light, with about one in five actors casting ballots. In all, 99,000 ballots were mailed.
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BUSINESS
November 6, 1999 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a stunning upset, actor William Daniels was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, defeating incumbent Richard Masur following a bitter campaign that had sharply split the union representing film and TV actors. Results released late Friday night by SAG showed Daniels receiving 10,008 votes, to Masur's 8,972 votes. A third candidate, actress Angeltompkins, received 2,015. Voting was light, with about one in five actors casting ballots. In all, 99,000 ballots were mailed.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 7, 1999 | STEVE HOCHMAN
The proposed merger of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists failed, but SAG President Richard Masur still represents more than 12,000 people--some due to be honored on the SAG Awards telecast tonight. Masur, 50, has also been on screen for 25 years, in both comedy (TV's "One Day at a Time") and bad-guy roles (alongside Gene Hackman in "Under Fire").
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April 16, 1997 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brent Hershman, an assistant camera operator on "Pleasantville," a modestly budgeted comedy for New Line Cinema starring Oscar nominees Joan Allen and William H. Macy, had put in a grueling 19-hour day on the Long Beach set of the film. The father of two small children, Hershman was headed for his West Hills home about 2 a.m. on March 6, exhausted from the day of filming that had started at 6:30 a.m.
BUSINESS
November 28, 1999
"SAG Challenger Daniels Elected President After Bitter Campaign" [Nov. 6] reads, "In a stunning upset, actor William Daniels was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, defeating incumbent Richard Masur following a bitter campaign that had sharply split the union representing film and TV actors." Is that news? No! What is news is the fact that out of nearly 100,000 ballots mailed out, only 20% were returned with votes. These are the same twits that run around America trying to tell you and I how to live our lives.
BUSINESS
February 5, 1998 | Marla Matzer
Saban Entertainment and the Screen Actors Guild jointly announced that Saban will resume negotiations with SAG. The goal is to reach an agreement for all its programs to be covered by SAG union contracts; previous talks between the children's television producer and the union broke down last summer. Last week, SAG released a strongly worded statement accusing Saban of the economic exploitation of children on its shows.
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July 1, 1988 | SHEILA BENSON, Compiled by Terry Atkinson
*** "Who'll Stop the Rain." MGM/UA. 29.95. 1978. R. Karel Reisz's film, made from Robert Stone's novel "Dog Soldiers," stands up as a trenchantly good definition of who our heroes were in the 1970s. The subject is heroin smuggling; the characters include a great anti-hero, father figure, lover and Marine par excellence (Nick Nolte) and one of those irresistible, damaged, '70s child-women that Tuesday Weld delineated with such authority.
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April 11, 1991 | DENNIS McDOUGAL
An estimated 2,000 letters supporting CBS' scheduled Sunday airing of "Absolute Strangers" are on their way to prospective TV advertisers and thousands more will be sent by a coalition of Hollywood abortion-rights activists, led by the American Jewish Congress, says organizer Rabbi Laura Geller. Geller, flanked by actors Richard Masur, David Dukes and Polly Bergen, announced the coalition's counter-campaign against anti-abortion activists at a Wednesday press conference. The Rev.
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March 17, 1998 | Marla Matzer
Members of the Screen Actors Guild made a record $1.6 billion in 1997, according to figures released by the guild. The figures, compiled by the SAG-Producers Pension and Health Plans, show the biggest increase in 1997 coming from commercials (a 12.5% increase), followed by television (5.9%). Earnings from theatrical motion pictures, however, were down 10.2%, according to SAG. The release comes as SAG continues to negotiate with producers for a new television and motion picture contract.
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September 15, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
Cal Lutheran University's drama department will sponsor two performances of "That Day in September," a program memorializing the terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon. The performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday in the Preus-Brandt Forum, 60 W. Olsen Road, No. 1800. Artie Van Why, who worked in an office across the street from the World Trade Center, performs his firsthand account of how he picked up the pieces of his life after the Sept.
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