The month-long Hollywood strike faded out
last week in a face-saving, semihappy ending. Technically, the actors
are not getting a cut from TV sales of post-1948 movies, which is what
they wanted most. But they are getting hefty contributions to their
health and welfare and pension funds, and they will share in the TV
take from movies made after January 1960.
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