case against smoking in movies … now on DVD
a quick introduction to one of the most urgent public
health challenges of the new century? Want to share
the highlights with your group and spark discussion?
less than ten minutes, 120,000 Lives a Year
traces the secret history of tobacco payoffs
in Hollywood…summarizes research accepted by the
World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control,
and other medical authorities…and describes a science-based,
four-step solution to cut the number of teens delivered
to the tobacco industry by Hollywood in half. Fast-paced
2004 Senate hearing
This year, the U.S. film industry will recruit 390,000
new young smokers. In future years, 120,000 of them
will die of tobacco-related disease. Six studio bosses
could take action today to save 62,000 lives tomorrow.
This DVD is where to start.
The DVD includes the Screen Out parents' campaign guide and supporting materials.
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