Screen Actor: The Magazine of the Screen Actors Guild, March 1995 vol. 34 no. 1 -- Sixtieth Anniversary Issue

Screen Actor: The Magazine of the Screen Actors Guild, March 1995 vol. 34 no. 1 -- Sixtieth Anniversary Issue

Los Angeles: Screen Actors Guild, 1995. Paperback. 40 p.: illustrations; 28 cm. Stapled purple and silver covers. This issue, celebrating the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the Screen Actors Guild, provides a fascinating history of the union. Well-illustrated, it includes photos of the buildings that have housed SAG; memories of two staff members who were there from the beginning; memories of 40 founding members; an interview with Olivia de Havilland about the de Havilland decision and the importance of SAG; a chronology of SAG from 1933 to 1995; an article about the rise of digital acting; an article about efforts to increase casting of non-white actors by Sumi Haru, co-founder of SAG's Ethnic Employment Opportunities Committee. In Very Good Condition: cover is lightly soiled; pages are clean and tight. Very Good. Item #006834

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