OK...a little afternoon entertainment........SP is watching the Brady Bunch now.....but here is my initial chicken trailer made special for my Cuz!
Great video & cuz collaboration, between SP & LDi.
believes, "Chicken-STARS" were born
- I was impressed with Big-Bird Larry-Larry
, such a natural behind a camera
- if this production takes off...
- I can see some Union Dues, coming out of all the pockets of the chicken Hawks involved
- maybe a TV pilot, in the future
- plus an unending flow of royalties, if goes into cable network syndication
- most exciting times ahead, indeed The Screen Actors Guild
(SAG) was an American labor union which represented over 100,000 film and television principal and background performers worldwide. On March 30, 2012, the union leadership announced that the SAG membership voted to merge with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) to create SAG-AFTRA.
According to SAG's Mission Statement, the Guild sought to: negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements that establish equitable levels of compensation, benefits, and working conditions for its performers; collect compensation for exploitation of recorded performances by its members, and provide protection against unauthorized use of those performances; and preserve and expand work opportunities for its members.
The Guild was founded in 1933 in an effort to eliminate what were described as exploitation of Hollywood actors who were being forced into oppressive multi-year contracts with the major movie studios. Opposition to these contracts included that they did not include restrictions on work hours or minimum rest periods, and often had clauses that automatically renewed at the studios' discretion. These contracts were notorious for allowing the studios to dictate the public and private lives of the performers who signed them, and most did not have provisions to allow the performer to end the deal.