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Sack the Plastic Bag! A Must See Silent Film!

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Uploaded on Jan 13, 2012

Ten Ways to Heal the Bay #6: Sack the Plastic Bag

Even if you live miles from the ocean, there are some simple ways you can help your favorite beach, right in your home. We will be uploading a short video about each way you can Heal the Bay over the coming months, so keep an eye on our YouTube Channel!

Way # 6 - Sack the Plastic Bag

A silent film about a young man and his trusty reusable bag. Will our heroes succeed against the dastardly bag monster villain?

Bring your own reusable bag to the store. Plastic bags create loads of unnecessary litter; they are easily blown by the wind creating hazards for wildlife, and they often end up in the ocean where they can choke marine life.

Actors: Melissa Aguayo, Susie Santilena & Justin Eldridge-Otero
Written & Directed by: Saira Gandhi & Ana Luisa Ahern
Featuring the ChicoBag Bag Monster
Music: Fig Leaf Rag - Distressed, Villainous Treachery - Distressed, Merry Go Slower - Distressed, Gold Rush. All by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...

Learn more at http://www.healthebay.org

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