HOLLYWOOD: Unhappy People--with Spurs

Normally the cowpokes on Warner Bros.' crowded TV range pursue their separate villains, but last week they all ganged up on a common enemy—Warner Bros. Encouraged by a withering denunciation of the studio by the Screen Actors Guild, the cowpokes drew a bead on 1) highhanded Studio Boss Jack L. Warner, who spends much of his time commuting between Las Vegas and the Riviera; and 2) William T. Orr, Warner's son-in-law and the studio's hard-driving TV chief. The cowboys' beef: the usual Warner Bros, contract, which binds screen hopefuls to the studio for seven years at a predetermined salary,...

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