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1469INSIDE PASSAGEINSIDE PASSAGE1973color24 min16mm The Inside Passage, a beautiful marine highway that winds from Puget Sound to the Gulf of Alaska, shows dramatically the impact man has had on this fragile environment. Its character has been changed, some say seriously threatened, since Captain George Vancouver navigated the wilderness in the late eighteenth century. Explores the beauty of the passage and the wide variety of animal and plant life encountered. It also calls attention to the delicate balance between man's demands and nature's ability to meet them.