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Governor -- you're needed on the set


Steven E. deSouza, who wrote "Die Hard," stood in front of the building on Avenue of the Stars where that blockbuster was shot and where Bruce Willis' famous jumping scene unfolded.  "This strike is far more organized; there is more solid support from unions and the public," he said, adding that he wanted to send a message to The Governor, who coincidentally starred in another movie deSouza wrote, 1985's "Commando."  Pretending as if he was knocking on The Governor's trailer, he said: "15 minutes, Mr. Schwarzenegger. We need you on the set."

-- Lorenza Munoz

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