Kate Barr

Scarecrow Video

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Outreach Coordinator for Scarecrow Video and one of the founding members of The Scarecrow Project

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Scarecrow Video  in Seattle is something of an institution. They’ve got more than 120,000 movies in formats like VHS, laserdisc, DVD, Blue-ray and more.

The Scarecrow Project

Scarecrow Video in Seattle is something of an institution. They’ve got more than 120,000 movies in formats like VHS, laserdisc, DVD, Blue-ray and more.

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