Legendary Director Reflects on Shooting Classic Surfing Documentary

Born in San Francisco on December 1, 1937, the legendary Bruce Brown is best known for directing, narrating, shooting, editing and producing The Endless Summer, a groundbreaking documentary filmed on beaches all around the world on a shoestring budget back in 1966. Here, the Oscar-nominee and second inductee into the Surfing Hall of Fame.  reminisces about his career and the enduring popularity of his surfing classic, a half-century after its release.

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