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Surfing Hollow Days

By: Bruce Brown
When: 1961
Where: Sunset Beach, Waimea, California, Trestles, Rincon, Brooks Street, Wedge, Florida
Who: Phil Edwards, Robert August, Mike Haley, Kemp Aaberg, Mickey Dora


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Longboard - In Bruce Browns own words about his fourth film: "The world of surfing was changing. Most of the boards were now made of foam, surfers were doing more traveling and Phil Edwards became the first person to ride a seemingly unridable spot which became known as the Pipeline. . . Surfing was becoming cool. people who didnt know a standing island pullout from a pop our surfboard suddenly wanted to get involved with the surfing lifestyle. They still do. . . Maybe its Mickey Dora surfing Hammonds or Kemp Aaberg arching at Rincon or Phil Edwards dazzling the Australians or Pat Curren riding Waime or, simply, the twinkle in Paul Allens eye as he tries putting on a rubber shirt. Because whatever surfing meant in 1961, it still means today. Surfing is surfing." Includes 12 year old Peter Johnson riding Sunset Beach and Waimea, classic California at Trestles, Rincon, Brooks Street and the Wedge, plus the first surf trip to Florida with Robert August, Mike Haley and Kemp Aaberg

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