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I am a Litter Basket

I am a Litter Basket
I am a Litter Basket

Year

1959

Duration

6 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Short Films

Language

English


Synopsis

This comedic archive information film from British Transport is narrated from the point of view of an unhappy litter bin in Euston train station. It watches people walk by and, instead of using it or any one of its bin friends, they drop their litter on the floor. Determined to change attitudes and behaviour, the bins decide to fight back!

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