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Endless Summer

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The Endless Summer Collection | Surf Classics

A Gallery Of Classic Surf Movie Posters And Lobby Cards Of Surfing Movies From The 60's, Ticket Stubs, Surf Art, Surf Books and Rare Surf Albums.

The Endless Summer

The definitive surf movie. Directed by Bruce Brown, it was released in 1966. On a budget of only US$50 thousand, with a 16mm camera, he captured the essence, the adventure, and the art of surfing.

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This ready to frame digital print is Retro Reminiscent of the Art Deco era of the Golden Age of Surfing. Lovingly created on the computer to accurately duplicate the mood of early travel and surfing. Printed on high quality papers with long life pigment inks. A4 Print (8.25 x 11.75) A3 Print (11.75

This ready to frame digital print is Retro Reminiscent of the Art Deco era of the Golden Age of Surfing. Lovingly created on the computer to accurately duplicate the mood of early travel and surfing. Printed on high quality papers with long life pigment inks. A4 Print (8.25'' x 11.75'') A3 Print (11.75'' x 16.5'') A2 Poster (16.5''x23.5'') A1 Poster (23.5'' x 33'') Prints to fit US and Canada standard frame sizes: 8'' x 10'' 11'' x 14'' 16'' x 20'' 24'' x 36'' Scroll through the images…

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A flyer for "The Endless Summer" | Bruce Brown Films, LLC

“The Endless Summer” grew from a simple idea into a cultural product, a lifestyle available to anyone with the means for a ticket. Filmmaker Bruce Brown set out to sell a documentary film about surfing and, in doing so, he inadvertently sold a dream.