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Rebels: a journey underground. 5, Earth trauma

Author: Howie WolkeMike RoselleKevin AlexanderRobert HunterPatrick MooreAll authors
Publisher: Kelwona, BC: Filmwest Associates, [1998]
Series: Rebels : a journey underground, no.5.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Born from the political activist movement of the 1960's groups like Greenpeace and EarthFirst scoffed at the mainstream tactics of institutionalized environmentalism and instead took direct action to protect Mother Earth. Witness the story of grass-roots rebellion with an ecological cause. Follow Sea Shepherd Conservation Society founder Paul Watson as he crashes the bow of his ship into a pirate whaling vessel and  Read more...
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Named Person: Mike Roselle; Robert Hunter; Doug Peacock; Susan Zakin; Patrick Moore; Christopher Manes; Toby McLeod; Howie Wolke; Paul Watson; Kiefer Sutherland
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Howie Wolke; Mike Roselle; Kevin Alexander; Robert Hunter; Patrick Moore; David Schultz; Paul Watson; Kevin Fryklund; Kiefer Sutherland; Filmwest Associates.; Vicom Multimedia.; Interstate 80 Entertainment.
OCLC Number: 628386309
Notes: VHS.
Credits: Writer/director, Kevin Alexander ; editor, Jason Hoehn ; camera, Kevin Fryklund.
Cast: Narrator: Kiefer Sutherland.
Performer(s): Commentary: Paul Watson, Patrick Moore, Robert Hunter, Mike Roselle, Howie Wolke and others.
Description: 1 videocassette (47 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Series Title: Rebels : a journey underground, no.5.
Other Titles: Radical environmentalism in the New Age
Rebels: a journey underground : Earth trauma
Earth trauma
Responsibility: Interstate 80 Entertainment and Vicom Multimedia present a Kevin Alexander Film ; produced by David Schultz.

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Born from the political activist movement of the 1960's groups like Greenpeace and EarthFirst scoffed at the mainstream tactics of institutionalized environmentalism and instead took direct action to protect Mother Earth. Witness the story of grass-roots rebellion with an ecological cause. Follow Sea Shepherd Conservation Society founder Paul Watson as he crashes the bow of his ship into a pirate whaling vessel and watch as Greenpeace takes on the French Navy during atmospheric nuclear tests in the South Pacific.

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