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Song of the Canary

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Release Date:January 1, 1978
Running time:55 minutes
Director:Josh Hanig, David Davis

Description: During the making of this film, the furor set off by the filmmaker's discoveries about certain practices in the Ag Chem Department of Occidental Chemical Company, at a plant in California, resulted in a nationwide ban on the production of the pesticide DBCP. The filmmakers discovered that every one of the plant's employees involved in the production of that chemical had become sterile. Other abuses are also brought to light. The second half of the film reveals the sorry conditions that workers must endure in textile plants in the American South.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

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