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The Surfer's Journal - Filmmakers - Greg Noll (1996)

NR 23 minutes Surfing Documentaries
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Beginning in 1956, a good part of Greg Noll's career in surfing was photographed, -- in his own movies, in other people's movies.

Greg Noll, Peter Cole, Henry Preece

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Episodes from The Surfer's Journal - Filmmakers

1

Bud Browne

Bud Browne invented the surf movie -- and he did it with style and humor. He was the original.

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2

Bruce Brown

Bruce Brown's early films demonstrated his dry wit and a casual rapport with the best surfers of the late '50s and early '60s.

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John Severson

In the late '50s, John Severson decided to join Bud Brown as a full-time surf entertainment entrepreneur.

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4

Bill Delaney

Bill Delaney's Free Ride wasn't just the definitive look at surfing in mid-1970's, it was probably the last great surf movie...

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Greg Noll

Beginning in 1956, a good part of Greg Noll's career in surfing was photographed, -- in his own movies, in other people's movies.

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Hal Jepsen

Hal Jepsen focused on California and Hawaii. His 1969 movie, Cosmic Children, is a period classic.

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Scott Dittrich

Scott Dittrich was the last of the full-time surf moviemakers. Fluid Drive, his first effort, was a smash hit in 1974.

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Greg MacGillivray

Greg MacGillivray, along with his partner Jim Freeman, produced a series of films from the mid-'60s to the early '70s that set the standard for technical excellence.

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George Greenough

He was the first to take a camera inside the tube, and his slow motion footage from within is as beautiful and hypnotic today as it was when first seen by a stunned surfing public in 1970.

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Witzig/Falzon

In this episode, we examine the evolution of surf filmmaking in Australia, from Bob Evans influence to Paul Witzig's "Evolution" released in 1969, which quickly became a symbol for the turbulent early...

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Episode Details

Synopsis Greg Noll has never been media shy. Beginning in 1956, a good part of Noll's career in surfing was photographed, written about and printed -- in his own movies, in other people's movies, and in books and magazines. By the mid-'60's, Greg Noll Surfboards was among the biggest factory retail operations in California. Noll himself has become the most famous big-wave rider of all time. He was called the Bull, for charging into some of the most dangerous big waves imaginable.
Genres Surfing Documentaries, Biographical, Surf Filmmakers
Athletes Greg Noll, Peter Cole, Henry Preece, Buffalo Keaulana
Studio Opper Sports Productions
Rating not rated
Running Time 23 minutes
Audio Language English | Stereo
Download Resolution SD | 640x480
Streaming Resolution SD | 640x480
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