1943 – Actress Olivia de Havilland sues Warner Brothers studio for extending her contract
. She later wins her case
ザ・ 合衆国最高裁判所 hands down the
“de Havilland decision
,” which declares that studios may no longer hold contract players for more than seven years
. This breaks up the system of the studio maintaining control over an actor’s career
1952 – The Guild signs its first contracts for filmed television programs.
12月 1, 1952-2月 18, 1953 – The first SAG strike is over filmed television commercials. The strike ends with a contract that covers all work in commercials.
8月 5-15, 1955 – SAG holds its second strike. This time for increased television show residuals.
行進 7, 1960-4月 18, 1960 – Third strike over residuals for feature films sold, licensed, or released to television.
12月 19, 1978-2月 7, 1979 – SAG strikes for better residuals on television advertisements
7月 21, 1980-10月 23, 1980 – SAG strikes with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). This strike centers on the distribution of profits from pay television and video cassette production.
行進 21, 1988-4月 15, 1988 – SAG and AFTRA television commercials strike. The strike is over payment for commercials appearing on cable TV.
2月 25, 1995 – The first annual Screen Actors Guild Awards show is held
五月 1, 2000-10月 30, 2000 – SAG and AFTRA strike against the advertising industry over commercial work compensation for basic cable and internet.
7月 1, 2008 – SAG’s TV/theatrical agreement expires.
11月 22, 2008 – Talks between SAG and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers (AMPTP) end after federal mediation fails to jumpstart a five-month stalemate.
1月 26, 2009 – SAG chief negotiator Doug Allen is fired in a bid by the union’s moderate faction to re-enter contract talks with the studios.
4月 19, 2009 – SAG leadership split 53% – 47% to accept a new two-year contract with AMPTP.
六月 9, 2009 – Members ratify the two-year contract covering television and motion pictures.
1月 29, 2012 – Ken Howard, president of the guild, announces during the SAG Awards, that the merger between SAG and AFTRA has been approved by both groups.
行進 30, 2012 – The merger of SAG and AFTRA is completed with more than 80% approval from both unions. The one union is named SAG-AFTRA.
1月 27, 2013 – The first SAG Awards are held under the union banner “SAG-AFTRA One Union.”
行進 23, 2016 – SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard dies. Executive Vice President Gabrielle Carteris assumes his duties until the regularly scheduled national board meeting April 9.
4月 9, 2016 – Carteris is elected president. She will serve the balance of Howard’s unexpired term, which ends in 2017.
August 24, 2017 – Carteris is elected to a two-year term as president.
2月 10, 2018 – SAG-AFTRA introduces new guidelines for members, called “Four Pillars of Change,” aimed at fighting sexual harassment in the workplace.
1933, 1938-1940Eddie Cantor
1935-1938, 1946-1947Edward Arnold
1947-1952, 1959-1960Walter Pidgeon
1957-1958 Howard Keel