|The Endless Summer 2 - The Journey Continues [VHS]
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Twenty-eight years after directing the hit documentary The Endless Summer, Bruce Brown went on a similar quest with two surfers to find the perfect wave. With a bigger budget and more sophistication in the production, this sequel is even more spectacular. What is lost in innocence--which The Endless Summer was rich in--is made up for in stunning looks at pristine beaches on exotic and even unlikely (for example, Alaska) shores. --Tom Keogh
|Bali High Adventure Thru Surfing's Most Colorful Frontiers
Brand: Isomer Productions
- Great Surfing journey through Indonesia, Hawaii, and the mysterious "Isle of Kong".
|Children of the Sun Surfing As It Happens in New Zealand & Australia
Children of the Sun is a 55 minute VHS that will stir memories of the happiest days in any surfer's life...those uncomplicated hot sunny days...no crowds..never to be forgotten fun-filled days. Filmed in 16mm, circa 1965-67, around the virgin coastline of New Zealand and the classic points of Northern Queensland, Australia. Features six-time NZ champion Wayne Parks. Wayne's artistic flowing style of surfing is influenced by Australian legends Russell Hughes, Bob McTavish and the incomparable Californian surfer George Greenough. The best long board movie, bar none, from Australia. A Visual Masterpiece" not since Endless Summer has a surf film projected such crisp and beautifully executed images of the long board life style.
|Surf Crazy [VHS]
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In "Surf Crazy," Bruce Brown takes a group of surfers exploring deep into unsurfed Mexico, shows some vintage California surfing and then goes on to the mammoth waves of Hawaii. Features one of the biggest waves ever ridden at Waimea Bay.
|Endless Summer [VHS]
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VHS FORMAT. First shown in theaters in 1966. 1995, NewLine Home Video, color, 90 minutes. Item N4028. "Breathtaking, sweeping and exciting." Here is a documentary on surfing, as seen and directed by Bruce Brown. The world of the surfer became known to a wide audience with this film. Footage from West Africa / Australia / Tahiti / and other locales. Famous color graphics on front cover of video.
The definitive surf movie, this 1966 documentary by Bruce Brown is beautifully shot and thrilling to see in its portrait of youthful freedom on the world's shores. Brown followed two surfers around the globe in their quest for the perfect wave, finding it eventually on a remote beach far from home. The narration by "Big Kahuna Brown" cuts through the reverence a bit, being cheeky in tone. --Tom Keogh
|Surfer Magazine:Oz and Beyond [VHS]
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|Endless Summer: Greatest Hits [VHS]
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1994 - Polygram Video - 58 Minutes - Songs Include : Dim All The Lights / Hot Stuff / Bad Girls / Last Dance / She Works Hard For The Money / Unconditional Love / State Of Independence / The Wanderer / Dinner With Gershwin / Supernatural Love / There Goes My Baby / Love's About To Change My Heart / This Time I Know It's For Real / MacArthur Park / On The Radio / Last Dance / Melody Of Love
|The Endless Summer Revisited [VHS]
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|SUNSHINE SEA [ A Greg MacGillivray and Jim Freeman Classic Film: The Beginning of the Shortboard Era, Featuring Surfing Greats Bill Hamilton, Mark Martinson, Nat Young and Many More. Great Footage of France, Portugal and Hawaii ]
|NO DESTINATION Surfing Odyssey that will change your persepective on Modern Day Surfing. A QUICKSILVER Presentation. Film by Don King and Jeff Hornbaker. Starring Taylor Knox, Chris Malloy, Pat O'Connell, Kelly Slater, Ross Williams. Interviews by Nick Carroll. 52 minutes. The Journey is More Important than the Goal.
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NO DESTINATION Surfing Odyssey that will change your persecctive on Modern Day Surfing. A QUICKSILVER Presentation. Film by Don King and Jeff Hornbaker. Starring Taylor Knox, Chris Malloy, Pat O'Connell, Kelly Slater, Ross Williams. Interviews by Nick Carroll. 52 minutes. The Journey is More Important than the Goal.
Vhs tape issued in white clamshell case with photo graphics as shown.