The creek runs red [videorecording] /

by Beesley, Bradley. pro drt cng; Brannum, Julianna. pro drt; Payne, James D. pro drt aus; Ray, Orval. nrt. Creek Runs Red, LLC.; KERA Dallas/Ft. Worth (Television station); Independent Television Service.; Native American Public Telecommunications, Inc.; KERA Unlimited (Firm).
Type: Visual Material
Publisher: [Dallas, Tex.] : KERA Unlimited, c2007 .Edition: Widescreen .Description: 1 videodisc (57 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in .General Note: Originally produced as a documentary in 2006 .Summary: Tells the story of Picher, a 100-year old town in northeastern Oklahoma that was heavily polluted by decades of lead & zinc mining. Despite toxic conditions and a moribund economy, many of Picher's residents refuse to leave, even after the area is officially declared a Superfund site in 1981 .Related Subjects: Hazardous waste sites -- Environmental aspects -- Oklahoma -- Picher | Lead mines and mining -- Environmental aspects -- Oklahoma -- Picher | Zinc mines and mining -- Environmental aspects -- Oklahoma -- Picher | Picher (Okla.) -- Environmental conditions | Picher (Okla.) -- History | Documentary films | Nonfiction films Online Resources:
Item type Library Shelving Location Collection Call Number Status Notes Date Due
Media, 7 Days Main Library Media Display MEDIA - DVDs, CDs, videotapes, and kits. F 704 .P53 C74 2006 DVD (Browse Shelf) Available Donated by director Bradley Beesley
Media, 7 Days Main Library Media Display MEDIA - DVDs, CDs, videotapes, and kits. F 704 .P53 C74 2006 DVD (Browse Shelf) Available

Originally produced as a documentary in 2006.

Cinematographer, Bradley Beesley ; edited by Leah Marino.

Narrator, Orval "Hoppy" Ray.

Tells the story of Picher, a 100-year old town in northeastern Oklahoma that was heavily polluted by decades of lead & zinc mining. Despite toxic conditions and a moribund economy, many of Picher's residents refuse to leave, even after the area is officially declared a Superfund site in 1981.

DVD.


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