|Item type||Library||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Status||Notes||Date Due|
|Media, 7 Days||Main Library||Media Display||MEDIA - Includes videos, CDs, CD-ROMs and kits.||F 704 .P53 C74 2006 DVD (Browse Shelf)||Available||Donated by director Bradley Beesley|
|Media, 7 Days||Main Library||Media Display||MEDIA - Includes videos, CDs, CD-ROMs 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.
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