Writers Guild Strikes Over TV Residuals
October 13, 2009 | 8:00 am
So here’s how Times cartoonist Bruce Russell shows that an eagle represents Mexico. He gives it a cute little sombrero.
The Writers Guild goes on strike over residuals on TV broadcasts of films released after 1948.
The Knights of Columbus celebrate their namesake in a service at St. Vibiana’s.
Rock Hudson “carefree bachelor” in “Pillow Talk.”
Jerry Lewis in blackface in “The Jazz Singer?” I’m afraid so. No, it’s not on Netflix. I think I'll be watching "The Rifleman" or Ella Fitzgerald on the Garry Moore show.
Superstitious natives in “Orphan Annie.”
Some people just don’t like baseball. I wonder what she would think of ESPN.
Walter Alston is named manager of the year. Trivia note: Alston struck out in his only major league appearance at the plate.