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Since this fetishization translated into money at the box office, the studios were more concerned with promoting star images than with acknowledging or improving the working conditions of actors. Fragmentation entered this process in a variety of ways. On a structural level, the star system established a hierarchical division of actors' labor that allowed the studios to maintain economic and political control over the acting profession. The various divisions, based on cost and use value, were also necessary for efficient production.
57 Thus, when the AMPP announced a 10-25 percent reduction in salary for nonunion labor in 1927, Equity stood ready to challenge the Academy's stated commitment. The screen actors' response to the situation re- l peated a familiar pattern. Feeling betrayed by the producers' association, they turned to Equity for assistance. But when the newly formed Academy protested successfully against the salary reduction (by convincing producers to consider the merits of each individual case), actors placed their allegiance with it.
62 With such unprecedented support from screen actors, union officials thus decided to make another stand for an Equity shop policy in Hollywood. 34 / The Subject of Acting During their struggle to obtain the voice of effective self-representation, actors' groups underwent a series of realignments. First and foremost, stage and screen actors developed more harmonious relations. Some film actors, particularly the higher-ranked ones, continued to resent the presence of the theater in Hollywood and were suspicious of the union's attention to the newly arrived stage players.
Negotiating Hollywood: The Cultural Politics of Actors' Labor by Danae Clark